The guys from Turnlab send us this cool video interview with Aurex. Aurex is a minimal techno, elektro artist from Belgium. His music is influenced by artists such as Stephan Bodzin, Oliver Huntemann, Paul Kalkbrenner, … but the aurex-sound is always there. Aurex performed live sets and dj sets at different festivals and clubs such as Forest Festival, Crammerock, Styletraveller XL, Eargasm and the Bootleg club in Rotterdam. When playing live, aurex is using hardware drumcomputers, samplers and synths. This leaves plenty of room for improvisation and interaction with the crowd so no aurex set sounds the same. Expect tight beats, dark sounds and a great vibe.
Livid’s very own product specialist Mike Abb shot a video recently of DJ/Producer Elliot Lipp explaining how he uses his Ohm64. Elliot’s live performance is centered around his Ohm64 and in this video he lets you in on some of his performance secrets using Ableton Live. After the tutorial there is a section of his live performance from a recent show in Austin, Texas that was filmed at Aces Lounge. What’s particularly cool about the performance video is how he uses the launchpad as a mouse of sorts for his live set.
The Ohm64 customizer allows you to create your own Ohm64 design in real-time and order it right from the Lvid Instruments store. All custom designs are made to order so please allow up to 10 business days for your order to ship.
Introducing the Ohm64. After almost a year of development Livid is very excited to finally announce the release of the Ohm64. The Ohm64 is a complete re-engineering of the Ohm and they have expanded it massively.