Every set comes with the notion that the DJ can easily mix tracks that are in the same genre and BPM range, however, it is always refreshing to see a DJ, like Madis, who can blend tracks with drastically different genres, and BPMs into an impressive mix. Madis brings more than just electronic sub-genres to his mix which features the Red Hot Chili Peppers along side many other gems. Watch the impressive mash-up video below, and check out our quick interview with Madis about how he managed to pull off his mix with different genres and techniques using Pioneer's DDJ-SZ.
Shawn Wasabi (formerly Sssshawnnnn) has put together a fantastic show yet again in a new live performance video on a Midi Fighter Spectra. This time, he’s playing an original song with an enormous number of samples to trigger. He writes: Original composition recorded live with a DJ TechTools Midi Fighter Spectra into Ableton Live 8. In my […]
Pioneer’s subcontroller sees some action in this new routine by DJ BrainDeaD, who we previously featured for his solid routine on the DDJ-SX controller shortly after it’s launch in December 2012. This set not only features the DDJ-SP1, but also a number of the new FX that Serato DJ has released in the last two […]
Watch as Zambuseta plays out Seta's remix of Belöp's "That Kind Of Feeling" on a Launchpad, on two Launchpads, on a drawing of a Launchpad...
DJ Woody cue point juggling with the rare-yet-powerful Vestax Controller One turntable
Anubus cutting, playing in synth, and finger drumming all over an original track.
Launchpad master Nev slices up elements of tracks and plays them out live with wild visuals.
DJ Angelo's routine on the RP-8000s with integrated MIDI controls