Born in the late ‘80s in the city of Detroit in the U.S., techno was created by electronic musicians influenced by European synthpop like Kraftwerk, early EDM, and American house music. These musicians were techno pioneers Kevin Saunderson, Jeff Mills, Underground Resistance, Rhythm is Rhythm, Blake Baxter, The Belleville Three...
Apple’s flagship DAW has long been a favorite tool of techno producers. But the latest release, 10.5, is one of the most significant in years. Let’s cut straight to some of the best stuff you can use right away. Even users of other DAWs may find some tools that are indispensable.
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Amsterdam based Techno Live Act MOUT gives you full insight into his experience with playing live electronic music and the equipment he used and how he developed his live setup over time.
It can give you the smoothest goose bumps in the world, but it can be the struggle of your life as well. The decision to start playing live for a crowd with your own setup is easy to make, but the road ahead will be slippery and you have to be persistent to get there. I will give you a little insight about the motivation to play live and the decisions you will have to make.
You will also get an exclusive insight into the setup and gear I use as well as some live performance tips!