https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55apPVv8IfQ Just thought I’d share this nice DJ mix of Vocaloid tunes ^_^ 0:00 Strobe Nights by livetune feat. Hatsune Miku 4:04 Pastel Linerー☆ by 鮭P feat. Hatsune Miku 7:49 My Revolution by Mikupittan-P feat. Hatsune Miku 12:02 Ryuusei Sound (SuketchP KiraKira-Chain rmx) by SuketchP 17:01 Lilily☆Nation by Yuyoyuppe feat. V3 Lily 21:31 Little Stars by Galaco 25:09 HighEndCity by emon (Tes.) 27:38 Windy Tokyo by KTG feat. Megpoid, Piko, Gackpoid 34:08 あたらしい東京の歩き方 by 橋鼠 38:27 Solesta! by Clean Tears feat. Hatsune Miku 41:42 Azalea(doku Remix from Junk) by doku 45:31 Light Song by livetune feat. Hatsune Miku 48:56 Light Song (Hiroyuki ODA remix) by 鼻そうめんP feat. Hatsune Miku 55:13 Danca de Amor by Rin (Ginsuke) 59:19 Hikareru Satellite by tilt feat. 初音ミク
A Facebook friend of mine shared this video by jimpavloff who painstakingly recreated Prodigy’s Voodoo People in Ableton Live and went so far as to even track down all of the original sample sources.
It’s pretty cool to see somebody dissect a song like this and also pretty informative as to ways you can use and manipulate samples. Definitely a cool vid and worth watching the whole thing. Here’s the original as well to compare.
There’s more options for finger drummers out there than ever right now, and M-Audio fairly recently released their new Trigger Finger Pro. The more I see about this controller the more I like it. This video shows a great performance using all the original samples that come with the unit. The nice big display screen is definitely a nice feature and the built in step sequencer is a very cool feature.
The only controller that seems to be in the same league as the TFP one is the Maschine, which is an amazing product. But the Maschine MK2 is $599, where as the TFP is only $199. I can’t comment on the feel of the pads themselves since I haven’t used one personally. But from what I have seen they look like nice sized pads and most comments about them have been good.