If you did not believe in the possibility of live DJing, think again. M4SONIC, a young producer out of Australia ups the ante on the Launchpad game with his original composition “Virus” using not just one pad but TWO. M4SONIC’s motivation is a direct result of Deadmau5‘s famed ”We All Hit Play” article from back in June. Refusing to accept this as fact, he bought a Novation Launchpad the day after the article came out — or so the story goes. Regardless, this latest showing of his talent (there are a few other examples on his YouTube page) made all of our jaws drop. Check it out for yourself.
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