Posts Tagged ‘turntables’
Live dj mix featuring some of my favorite songs by infamous trance composer, Kaskade. Spun using 2 direct drive Stanton Str8 30’s, Behringer DJx700 mixer, an iPod, Ableton Live and Virtual Dj on a MacBook Pro. Old school, I know, still but complimented (and complicated) nicely with some new twists – this mix has graphics […]
Music makes all the difference when perfecting the mood. To show this, I put together an example music video edited to multiple song clips with different genres and tempos. Which melody fits the video best? Why? These videos are edited to a proprietary pattern of multiple elements that essentially allow this experiential music marketing video […]
After I got my first pair of turntables I had to practice but was barely any good. 2006 CTF “Live” Mix highlights the best of one of my favorite mixes, Armin Van Buuren’s “An Essential Mix”. [audio:ntho-CTFmix040106.mp3] Download: ntho-CTFmix040106.mp3.zip. Disclaimer: This mix was heavily cleaned up using Ableton Live.
I purchased my first pair of direct drive turntables from DNA Studio colleague and good friend, Dj Aske. Two Stanton Str8-30 Direct Drive Turntables sat in my bedroom and began spinning 12″ vinyl records to pass the time between work and networking. I love music and the way I can get lost in it. It […]
I felt like the years of late night video editing while listening to electronica were really starting to pay off when I figured out how to edit video to go to any music that you’re listening to. In this experimental video, I’ve used a proprietary pattern of multiple elements that essentially allows this music marketing […]