Today's review shows how to create a beat, mangle its sounds, and manipulate the unique BreakTweaker sequencer to achieve evolving rhythms that won't create repetition fatigue. Compatible with any DAW software, BreakTweaker could be the first step on the path to music production or the new secret weapon in a well-equipped producer's studio.
Over 134 tracks in this Madeon-styled live mashup performance - using not only a Midi Fighter 3D and Spectra, but Xbox and Playstation controllers as well.
Continuing our digital DJ routine series, we’re highlighting a mix from a reader who put together an extended 38-minute mix with loads of controllerism elements on a Maschine and two Kontrol F1s heavily sprinkled throughout – as well as a collaborative overdub audio/video track from a drummer. DJ Izn wrote to us: A few months […]
Rane has released a brand new quick routine featuring Chris Karns (formerly known as DJ Vajra, 2011 DMC Champion) on the Sixty-Two mixer. We’ve always been a fan of Mortal Kombat-inspired videos here at DJTT – and this minute and a half turntablism routine draws heavily on that theme. The real question is, should having […]
Another great video from our community member Underwater Robots, rocking a Midi Fighter 3D to chop up Queen’s classic track “Don’t Stop Me Now” – some really solid finger drumming work here! From the video description: All sounds in my custom soundpack were sampled from the stems of the original song. It contains MIDI modifiers, […]
A lot of our readers have been asking about the status of the DJTT soundpacks and newsletters – and we’ve got great news. Not only will we resume sending out super-regular soundpacks to subscribers on our newsletter, but we’ve also got Rick Fresco (perhaps better known as Riccardo Betti, winner of the DJTT MF3D contest […]
A few weeks ago our friend J. Espinosa (who you might recognize from his guest appearance in this DJTT tutorial on switching DJs) stopped through to show off his set that won him the Redbull Thre3style competition at the regional level here in SF. Pretty awesome routine, and check out those cool custom Dicers! (apologies […]
We’ve all heard the declarations that the age of physical hardware or controllers is at an end in the production world, and that mobile devices and tablets like the iPad will become the primary way that musicians make music and perform it live. But how realistic is this claim? Today, we’ve asked an expert in […]