Routine: Shawn Wasabi’s “HOTTO DOGU” on Midi Fighter
Shawn Wasabi (formerly Sssshawnnnn) has put together a fantastic show yet again in a new live performance video on a Midi Fighter Spectra. This time, he’s playing an original song with an enormous number of samples to trigger. He writes:
Original composition recorded live with a DJ TechTools Midi Fighter Spectra into Ableton Live 8. In my kitchen.
Bank changes are done via MIDI switches mapped out to note ons and note offs on specific buttons (in addition to the traditional side button switch). 15 total pages/banks.
Vocal samples are from Filthy Frank, Skrillex, Dillon Francis, Deadmau5, and the Japanese mochi pastry chefs at Nakatanido in Nara, Japan.
Want to learn to finger drum? Check out Mad Zach’s tutorial in the DJTT store.
For more inspiration click here to check out our DJ routine archives.
The Midi Fighter 64
Wondering what the deal is with this new Midi Fighter 64? We know many of you have been waiting patiently to see if we were going to make Midi Fighter 64 available to everyone – not just a custom one off controller for a single artist.
Here’s a real update: the 64 is coming in the next few months. You can be one of the first people to get one by signing up on the official list here on MidiFighter.com
Details on pricing, timeline, and all that other information is still being finalized, but if you’re on that list you will be the first to know, first able to preorder, etc. Stay tuned!