A host of professional DJs armed with a suite of sound-shaping implements staff School of Remix, a mixing and scratching academy where fledgling DJs earn their wings. Turn fertile brainwaves into tuneful soundwaves with the aid of an hour-long introductory course in DJing, where knowing soundsmiths illustrate the principles of beat-matching, simple mixing concepts, proper use of equipment, and techniques to induce crowds to pump fists at the ceiling rather than your face. Professional DJs from Vancouver's club scene lead School of Remix's one-on-one sessions, where their encouragement and individual guidance sets neophytes on the path to party demigod-hood.
Building a custom canvas print is a quick and easy art project, unlike reconstructing the Tower of Pisa with pipe cleaners. First, upload any image (in JPEG format) from your computer, camera, or subconscious memory to be converted into a work of art. Next, select the canvas you would like your picture to be formatted on. Pricing varies depending on canvas style and size, starting with a $10 7"x7" flat print with a 1" white border. Stretched and mounted across 3/4-inch wooden bars, the standard gallery-wrap print doesn't necessitate a frame. Tons of sizes are available, including a 14"x14" for $78 and a 24"x8" for $80. After making your selections, simply go through the online check out, prepare any pre-existing wall art for its new baby sister or brother, and wait for the art-delivery stork.
If you look at the customization work Marysville Speed n' Custom regularly performs, from refurbishing a 1955 Chevy to installing Lamborghini doors on a 2002 Nissan Skyline, you probably wouldn't think the shop's crews spend much time with your average family station wagon. Fortunately for those families, they actually pay as much attention to regular cars as they do to custom cars, giving the vehicles routine maintenance and repair jobs or adding a bit of exotic-car glamor with window tinting. The staff can add other modifications, too, such as custom exhaust systems and horns that play the entirety of Beethoven's Symphony no. 6 in F Major.