These shows are mostly for people that couldn't tell you the difference between a guitar and a bass guitar. They are there to be entertained and dance. The shows are really invigorating and fun. Go see one.I appreciate what they're creating, but I don't get why crowds react to a dj jumping around as if it was an actual band performing. The spectacle of these shows is amazing and I wish rock shows would pick up on what they're doing.
This video is from a computer nerd's perspective so he doesn't quite get what he's seeing, but it's a very cool look at Deadmau5's house and studio. The guy is a gear nerd of the highest level.
Ha, only if I can helicopter into a vip area. I hate dealing with crowds, parking, etc. Plus I'd look like the dad that's only there to find his daughter.These shows are mostly for people that couldn't tell you the difference between a guitar and a bass guitar. They are there to be entertained and dance. The shows are really invigorating and fun. Go see one.
It's about synching music with a killer laser light show. A lot of time put into production.Someones gotta post it
Yes and he's worth like $50 million dollars for putting a bunch of songs together and creating an amazing laser light show that syncs perfectly for each song.Are we supposed to pronounce the ‘5’ as an ‘S’?
Yup, same here. That was a good time and pretty innovative when it appeared.Never seen either them live, did watch Marshmellow 'live' on Fortnite...that was cool.