Posted on 10th April 2018 by Callum
Native Instruments have recently begun a series called Traktor Signatures. This gives us a behind-the-scenes insight into the inspiration, working methods and tips and tricks from artists ranging diverse genres. Learn how they use Traktor and other Native Instruments equipment to become intrinsic to their performance and production!
Check out the first three artists under the spotlight, and stay tuned for more to come in the series!
He has become an icon of the drum and bass world, and long hammering beats since the early 1990s. Using a trio of turntables in his standard setup, Andy has made his signature style recognisable and hard-hitting in a busy world of DJs. For over 3 decades Andy C has used massive cuts, high speed mixing and overall a positive attitude to propel himself to the top of the tree! Check out the video interview as well as the in-depth story with the legend that is Andy C.
DJ-ing for over 20 years, Rebekah is one of the most in-demand live performers on the techno circuit. She’s a great exponent of Traktor, and uses it to create heavy and inspiring sets that are massively aggressive. Keeping the energy up is a goal for any DJ, and Rebekah is someone who oozes with explosive creativity that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat. Check out Native Instrument’s interview and read the full story.
Barcelona-based DJ duo Audiofly export their distinctive brand of house music to all corners of the dance world. Traktor is a key part of their awesome live performances, and these veteran producers talk about how they love the buzz of connecting with all walks of life. Their music is low-key but entrancing as they effortlessly move through their sets. Check out the interview and read more over on the Native Instruments blog!
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