Continuing our series of interesting routines and live performances from DJs around the world, we’ve got a new short video from DJ Anubus cutting up an original track on Technics 1200s/Serato, playing along a lead line on synth, and doing a bit of drumming on a Maschine MK2. It’s a pretty funky track – watch for yourself:
Watch More: Plenty of awesome DJ + producer routines here
The original track is available on Anubus’ Soundcloud – and he shared the full equipment list in the video description:
2 x Technics 1200 M3D
2 x Shure M44-7
1 x Pioneer DJM T1 (mapped to Serato)
1 x Native Instruments Kontrol F1 (mapped to Serato)
1 x M-Audio Keystation (controlling Mini Moog via Ableton)
1 x Native Instruments Maschine MK2 (controlling Maschine via Ableton)
shoulda threw that “Get Lucky” acapella over it, eh?
Just came across this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkPh8oDzGtg … some pretty cool launchpad/mashup skills. Thought everyone here might like it. They also did a “Get Lucky Cover” that the Pacific-Hawaii Air Force band covered at their 2013 ball.
Can’t say thank you enough to DJ TT for posting this routine! Really means a lot. THANK YOU!
What can I say? Great track, cool routine and a mix of turntablism and controllerism. It’s bloody perfect!
another fine DJ with Vermont roots. 🙂
I like this way of performing selfmade music. The DJ-Producer-Musician hybride
Agreed – good for remixes too, though. You’ve seen Enferno’s style?: http://www.djtechtools.com/2012/12/06/video-dj-enfernos-clique-live-remix-routine/
Oh, don’t know how I missed that :p. Great routine!