turntabling

noun turn·ta·bling \ˈtərn-ˌtā-b(ə-)liŋ\

Definition of turntabling

  1. :  the creative alteration of recorded music through the manipulation of phonograph records and needles and a mixer by a DJ Eventually the roles of DJs and rappers were split, due largely to the growing demands of turntabling. — John Minton, 78 Blues, 2008

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First Known Use of turntabling

1998


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