Paul Oakenfold Discusses Advances in Technology and Music at TechCrunch
World-renowned electronic music producer Paul Oakenfold stopped by the TechCrunch TV studios in San Francisco last week to the talk about the advances technology has made in the music industry since he began his career 25 years ago. Topics discussed include the trance-like connection of music and code, keeping the ‘sparkle’ and avoiding the burnout, and leaving the laptop in the studio during live sets.
“It just used to be you and your music. I still deliberately focus on, when I am playing to the crowd, I don’t want to go the laptop route. I don’t want to have something between me and you. So, I run [memory] sticks or CDs,” said Oakenfold.
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