When I made this I was actually talking about performing electronic live without caustic. I was more talking about about general use of hardware or software synths. I want to know the set up of those who perform their electronic music live (again, not necessarly with caustic). That's all. :P
I assume a lot of people in this community have at least tried it and I just figured it would be fun to share ideas.
Sorry for the confusion.
I was wondering if anyone had some ideas that could be snow balled regarding performing electronic music live.
I can understand how a lot of dance is performed since its all very layered and sometimes easy to sequence.
But when it comes to electronic music that changes structure, and bpm, regularly (sometimes without a gradual transition) I'm not sure how that works. I was thinking samplers would work.
Any performers that can share there set up to give me Ideas?
The music I produce is composed with a one man band mentality. So, there s a bass (represented by a bass wobble that sounds more like a guitar at times), and a lead (Represented by a distorted piano or a saw preset). Those are the two main things I plan to control live along with vocals.
It's basically an electronic project for metal heads.
Anyway yeah. I want to hear about the live setups you folks have. Im more of a hardware guy but I'm open to software if it's cheaper.