How does this DJ-Setup work exactly?

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Hello,



I’m wondering if anyone can help me out here with the understanding of the live set up in this release concert of French DJ Myd:







At 8:40 or 15:10 you can see what I mean!



So my question is:



How does this DJ set up work exactly ?



I get that the musicians are singing, playing guitar and synthesizer through a filter and an effect board - but what’s up with the iPad kind-of-thing he has in the middle ? Is he playing loops in a MIDI program or what ? He seems to be triggering the Moog Synth-Module with some MIDI files too ? And his Roland-Synth is just played live of course.



I would love to set up something like this, - electronic drums like a DJ, but being able to switch the patterns and build them upon each other - and then playing real instruments over it, and sing and so on.



Although I’m a decent piano player and played live a lot with live-bands I really don’t get how this works - maybe you can help me with programs I could use, and what I need for syncing all of it, interface etc.



Thank you so much and have a nice day!



Christian
 
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In most cases this "iPad-thing" is just a midi controller for the DAW Ableton Live. This program provides Samples, Drums, Midi-Sequences and so on in a non-linear/modular way.
I wouldnt say that this belongs to the DJ-forum - for this kind of questions, please check out:

https://www.musiker-board.de/forum/ableton.728/
https://www.musiker-board.de/forum/performance-software.899/
https://www.musiker-board.de/forum/tablets-smartphones.996/
https://www.musiker-board.de/forum/aufbau.898/
or this: https://www.musiker-board.de/forum/live-on-stage.38/
 

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