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netboy 1 year ago
Shouldn't it be called dub-finger?
cjcjc1 1 year ago
awesome dude, wish i could do something like that
Randyio 1 year ago
He must have a happy girlfriend.
Good song aswell.
Dae 1 year ago
Amazing how he's doing that without any loops
mydixiewrecked 1 year ago
#2 just so you know, those are loops that he is using. The launchpad that he is using is hooked up to his computer, he then set loops on specific buttons and presses them in his own sequence to create a song (in this case dubstep). Ableton is a program on the computer that works like Sony Acid Pro, and Sony Sound Forge, and Fruity Loops..etc etc etc etc
That launchpad would be awesome to own, I wish I had the $1000 USD to buy this entire set.
Everything about Ableton can be found here: http://www.ableton.com
Geekster (admin) 1 year ago
#3 Good one !
Ganjabus 1 year ago
#5 Actually it's connected to the computer so that you can chose which button makes what sound. There is no loop installed, it's like a childs farm noise toy for cool kids.
kenzo 1 year ago
Just annoying noise to me at 1.00 .
esona 1 year ago
I gotta be honest I freekin hate most of this dubstep stuff but that been said,from a dj/producers point of view,not a bad effort.
Timing was out in quite a few places so its no compatition entry but a good mess around though.
Granko 1 year ago
Well, nice device, however, nothing which could not be done using fruityloops, reason, etc. and almost any suitable midi controller/keyboard. I bet the same could be done just by using reason with normal PC keyboard as an input device.
wongraven 364 days ago
Not impressive, can do the same at home with my midi keyboard
LiquiDnB 359 days ago
#8 We know, we know, that music was better "back in the day" grandpa...
1 year ago
720 x 406 px
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