When you see the term “VJ,” what comes to mind? For some, it's a trendy TV show host cueing up music videos on VH1. Maybe you see a dark nightclub with pounding techno music and psychedelic swirling visuals projected haphazardly onto pieces of fabric. Whichever is the case, you've probably heard the term, and if not, you soon will. Why? Because the art of VJing — mixing video on the fly — is growing fast. In Europe, it's commonplace. Any given festival or concert is bound to feature visual ...
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