We just received a really cool update from Michael Schack who’s currently on tour with Netsky (Boris Daenen). Micheal is responsible for keeping pace with the frantic drum and bass BPM that Netsky is known for. In our iPad user’s group magazine we asked Michael how fast he has to drum to which he answered, “The average tempo is like 175 beats per minute, but after an hour it feels more like 198!”
The band consists of drummer Michael Schack on the TD-30KV drum kit and SPD-SX sampler, and keyboard player Babl on the VP-550, Fantom-G7, and an A-800PRO MIDI controller. Boris himself uses an AX-Synth and an Octapad® SPD-30.
Published on Nov 1, 2012 by NetskymusicTV:
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Filmed behind the scenes at the recent sold out show at Electric Brixton in London, Netsky and the band tell us the story behind the live show.
Shot & cut by Nezih Savaskan http://redhavoc.co.uk
It was really weird. Boris and I got in touch through Facebook. I was posting on his wall and at the exact same time he was posting a comment on one of my demos. We arranged to meet up the next day, we lived nearby, and that same evening I was on stage with him. Boris already had it in his head to do a complete live show, so we just started jamming and took it from there.
Michael is also a Roland artist and product specialist. Please visit Roland’s YouTube channel to view some of his product videos and stay tuned for a full Netsky interview on Roland User’s Group iPad magazine out soon.
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Published on Nov 3, 2012 by SKKaddy
Looks like SKKaddy took this video from his phone. The audience is really into the Dub Step and Drum & Bass coming from Netsky’s band. What do you think of Dub Step and Drum and Bass drumming? Drop us a comment.