These Baby DJ Classes Are Real. And Actually Kind Of Awesome

Baby DJ School

Fred Benenson



Natalie Weiss — a fellow with the BK Philharmonic who’s shared the stage with LCD Soundsystem and the Dirty Projectors — recently launched Baby DJ School for zero-

to three-year-olds. The eight sessions — which last 45 minutes apiece and run $200 total — teaches what a MIDI is, how to EQ, and the difference between deck A and B, while parents are taught alternatives to “Mary Had A Little Lamb,” and that a good disco beat prevents post-nap crankiness.

> Before there was James Murphy, there was Raymond Scott, “the Andy Warhol of audio,” making hypnotic jams for infants.

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