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For those of you who think theres no skill in electronic music
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im guessing that he is using abelton....it puts everything in time for you...the hard part really is the prep...and remembering your routine and what pad does what....i dj for fun on the side and i can do live remixes in traktor...now im not gonna even say im that great...but doing this kind of thing in abelton isnt really that hard. it is still cool here is a live remix i did a few months back
like i said....i am no pro...but i think what i am doing here is "technicly tougher than what is above....because it is truly live...(i know music is kinda queer)
I read about this video on the Ableton forums a couple of years ago...
It was not done in a single take, but many small "a couple notes here, a couple notes there" takes and then clipped together to give the illusion it was done in a single take.
I watched it again looking for edits but I can't see any. I have watched a lot of youtube videos in the past with people using this technique of playing live music using sample pads (I'm sure it has a name but I don't know what it is). This one struck me as being the most impressive but not to a degree that it might be fake.