Watch the UK producer show Point Blank how it all works
As producers strive for new ways to stand out and as mini-analogue machines are more affordable and powerful than ever, more and more DJs and producers are adopting a ‘live’ show. UK producer Saytek isn’t about fads though – he’s been wheeling around his epic setup around for years, winning awards and tearing up dancefloors all over the world. Point Blank wanted to find out more about how it worked, how it’s all connected and why he thinks live performance is making a comeback.
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You can watch the Saytek video below, which features an interview, live performance and guided tour of the setup. Make sure you so you don’t miss any more tutorials, interviews and live events. If you want to learn more about Ableton Live, mixing, sound engineering, music composition and even mastering, covers it all and more. Taken online and for up to 64 weeks, you’ll learn everything you need to know to take your music to the next level.
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