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    Quote Originally Posted by djnesquigs View Post
    yeah i didnt think djing in a "loop" based platform (DAW's like Ableton and the like) could be any more confusing than Ableton is.

    guess i was wrong. lol
    This!
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    but when he's on stage he's a sweaty, intense
    I used to get like that in the office if I tried using XP for anything productive too !
    THAT!!

    Fuck I always thought there must be something wrong with me that I thought this guy was such a bore. Now I understand!

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    Wasn't he a computer programmer? That would explain why he insists on doing it the hard way.
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    gawd. doesnt look fun. around about 7 mins he says it's impossible for him to mute something and start 3 samples at the same time. He needs ableton and an APC40, or something.


    Quote Originally Posted by dirty moose View Post
    LOL @ the girl doing the interview
    and this.
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    Wasn't he a computer programmer? That would explain why he insists on doing it the hard way.
    And Notepad is "real" Webdesign

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    I've tried audiomulch. It's easier in it's own way. I'm moving to ableton however and grabbing a launchpad. He does what he does well. If it ain't broke...

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    didn't grab me tbh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DjSweekUh View Post
    If it ain't broke...
    This is true to an extent. But sending letters by post isn't technically 'broken', but funnily enough most of us use email these days!
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    Since it hasn't been mentioned yet, I think he should switch to Ableton live.

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    Think about not only the fact that he started remixing before the year 2000, but also how insanely popular he has become doing things his way. His workflow was developed before controllers were more then a concept.

    This is a great example of talent and vision eclipsing technology.

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    Proof that you don't need any controllers - let alone the newest/most expensive controllers...

    +1 on Ableton. He could do some awesome stuff with it. But why should he?

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