Incorporating a performative element into a DJ set or live show is more popular than ever. For many producers and DJs, adding a finger drumming routine might seem challenging, but with a bit of practice it can quickly become the most exciting part of your set. Watch Mad Zach's tutorial on how he performs one of his most recent sound packs and learn to ace it yourself.
Mad Zach just wrapped up a brief US tour and was kind enough to record a quick How I Play interview from behind the booth at his gig in Oakland, explaining how he uses his Midi Fighter Spectras, Twister, and Moogerfooger to perform a dynamic set. Watch the quick interview inside as well as a complete video of his hour-long set later that night.
For the remainder of October, Mad Zach’s gone a bit psycho and dropped the price of his soundpack compilations to $19.99 a piece – or $29.99 for the pair. Naturally, he wasn’t able to tell anyone about it without using finger drumming and crooning: Tutorial: Learn how to make soundpacks like Mad Zach’s