Check out these live played electronic music videos that Expectaz loves to create.
With or without the computer, using great synths and drum machines like the Akai MPC Live, Akai Force, Access Virus TI2 Synthesizer, Behringer Neutron, Arturia Minibrute 2S, Novation Circuit monostation, Novation Circuit, Yamaha MODX, Korg MS2000 and more.
Follow him in his journey to create full sets ranging from house to trance to techno.
Live played electronic Trance, Techno and House
Akai Force - Minimal Techno Trance Live PerformanceLive performed minimal techno trance dance music on the akai force and pioneer dj djm2000. Using samples and the built in hype synth and tubesynth synths.
This time a minimal techno trance performance which is played live on the akai force. Not using the other synths. Only the force!
Akai MPC Live - Minimal Techno Performance JamA new minimal techno track for my live performance. This time played on the akai mpc live which is a great standalone device. Just love to jam around. My inspiration for this track is Boris Brejcha which is an amazing producer. Enjoy!
Akai MPC Live - Progressive Uplifting Melodic TranceThis is my first trance track produced fully on the Akai MPC Live. I sampled the sounds from the access virus c and take my inspiration from guiseppe ottaviani which play his songs live as well.
Jamming with the mpc and akai force is amazing. Don’t need a computer anymore. This song is recorded directly on my iPhone via a thunderbolt to usb cable which is plugged into my pioneer djm 2000 mixer that you see to the right in this video.
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Akai Force - Trance Melodic EDMStudio time today with the akai force. I’m working on a edm trance track and wanted to share the first impressions with you.
Would like to hear what you think of my creation 🙂
Feel free to use this song however you like on your youtube videos as long as you link to my channel!
Akai Force - Uplifting EDM Trance Live at 138My first complete uplifting trance track with elements of psytrance with the akai force. inspiration comes from Guiseppe Ottaviani which plays his trance music live as well!
This song is performed on the akai which goes into the pioneer djm 2000 mixer. The mixer has some great high and lowpass filters that I control by turning the knobs when needed.
Maybe it’s a little much sometimes but hey I just noddle around 🙂
You guys asked for a longer video, so this is my first attempt!
I really enjoy making music without ableton on my computer whilst the workflow with the force is almost the same. the limitation that you have by using only 8 channels or less makes such a difference when you come from a vst plugin world where everything is possible so making choices is the downfall.
Having limited options to me is a great thing! This version is not mastered at the moment but I like to share the raw output from my mixer just as it would in a club. I’m preparing a live set that can be played over and over again but different every time.
Thank you for listening! More dabbling and fun stuff on Instagram:
Akai MPC Live - Trance Music Performance Jam like Armada A State of Trance and Guiseppe OttavianiEnjoy this new video where I play a live trance track! No computers or dj equipment were harmed during the making of this track.
My inspiration comes from guiseppe ottaviani which is also a great live trance producer.
Would love to hear what you think!
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Akai Force - Progressive Trance Minimal Techno Second to Twelve 2020For my upcoming liveset for 2020 on the Akai Force and Akai MPC Live I'm working on multiple minimal techno and trance songs. The end of the year is near, so that's why I've decided to call this track second to twelve to celebrate the new year in advance!
This minimal techno track is created purely ont the akai force with the internal hype synth and samples from various sample packs. I just love to jam away with this beast of a machine!
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Akai Force - "Sunny Autumn" Minimal Techno Inspired by Cercle EinmusikInspired by cercle einmusik. Live played electronic minimal techno music. Played on the Akai Force using the internal synths and some drum samples.
This track contains elements of trance and other lush sounds combined using the arpeggio from the force. Man this thing is a lot of fun. Would love to see that Akai implements program changes per clip for the internal synth and drum, midi and sample channels. Disk Streaming would also be a great feature. Hop to see that soon!
For now, enjoy the music and leave a comment if you like it!
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Akai MPC Live Uplifting Trance Melodic Track JamNew live trance music jam on the Akai MPC Live and Access Virus. This time with melodic pads, synthesizers sounds and harmony.
Akai MPC Live Force - G.R.O.V. System XL Live Techno TranceHaving a techno trance live house jam with my akai mpc live, force and access virus ti2. Thanks to G.R.O.V.
Inspiried by many labels like armada, timecode and great artists such as enrico sangiuliano, boris brejcha, guiseppe ottaviani, armin van buuren.
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Akai Force - Techno and Electronic live set with samples from Arturia Minibrute & Behringer NeutronFound a new workflow to create my live techno track set. Using the akai force to record and play loops and samples from the arturia minibrute and behringer neutron in this case.
There are some samples from the ipad on which I use apps like Korg Gadget and Ruismaker Noir. So basically my new way of working consists of recording audio loops.
Then the beauty of the force is that you can add 4 insert effects on which I have filters, a pumper, compressor and flanger or phaser effects. These can be mapped on the force to the buttons in 2 handy ways: project and track.
Project are general mappings so they always stay the same. Track has mappings that are specific to the track you select. In this video you mostly see the track map. Generally I love this workflow and am hard at work to create more material which is easy with external hardware synths.
Akai MPC - Live Jam in the studioJust playing around in the studio with the akai mpc, korg ms2000 and novation mininova. Having fun is the most important part of music making!