Scratching Interactive

Two interactive devices themed to look like turntables sitting in the a museum gallery.

By far, one of coolest physical interactives I helped to create while working at Roto. Nestled in a gallery highlighting the innovation of hip-hop in the Bronx in the late 1970s, two replica, visitor-grade turntable interfaces recreate authentic scratching sounds. A touch monitor lets visitors select backing tracks to play along with or watch scratching tutorials featuring hip-hop legend J Rawls.

I produced the media for the experience, which included the backing tracks, scratch sounds for the turntables and video tutorials. It was a pleasure to work with J Rawls, whose contribution really pushed this interactive to the next level.

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Photos courtesy of Roto Group LLC.