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deadmau5 Announces Return To Red Rocks On "Lots Of Shows In A Row: Pt 2" Tour

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While it’s no secret Deadmau5 is one of the most active people on social media, he seems to be increasingly busy recently. Just a few days ago, we got a virtual tour of his colossal home studio with Linus Tech Tips. Deadmau5 also just announced his upcoming fall tour, which in typical fashion is dubbed “lots of shows in a row: pt 2.” As of now, the tour will be taking place almost exclusively in Canada, but the one show in particular that has caught our attention is the only U.S. show announced so far.

On Friday October 20, Deadmau5 is bringing the tour to Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Deadmau5 just released his new album Stuff I Used To Do earlier this year, which is a compilation of his older material. For his “lots of shows in a row: pt 2” tour, he seems to be continuing to promote his album W:/2016ALBUM/, which was released in December. We can certainly expect songs from this album at his Red Rocks show, and knowing Deadmau5, there will likely be some classics and surprises thrown into the mix including his new stage setup.

Deadmau5 tells fans on Twitter, “keep an eye out horde, pt 2 tickets go on sale later this week.” You can sign up and grab tickets for any of the shows on his tour when they become available here. Enjoy!

Take Video Tour Of Deadmau5's Epic Studio

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From his intricate live setup, consisting of his Cube 2.1 and signature LED mau5 helmet, to live streams and MasterClass tutorials, Joel Zimmerman aka Deadmau5 is undoubtedly a tech-head. If there were any more reasoning needed, Linus Sebastian has taken us on a tour of Deadmau5 house/studio and solidified him as a tech guru. Linus Tech Tips gives us the lowdown on this video, reminiscent of an episode of MTV Cribs. 

Linus starts us off in Deadmau5’s “master bedroom,” which is actually a Dolby Atmos mix studio, under construction for three years and counting. He has an A-100 Analog Modular System and over a dozen synthesizers, many with their own unique stories. For instance, his JUNO-106, which is normally over $1,500, was bought for $20 at a pawn shop. Additionally, his JUPITER-8 and prophet-10 are nearly impossible to come by nowadays since many of their parts are no longer made. He even has the original ARP 2600 synthesizer used for R2D2’s voice in the Star Wars movies. Linus tells us, “This one that folds up in a briefcase right here...This is R2D2. I don’t mean this is the same model that was R2D2. This was R2D2. It still works!” 

Deadmau5’s basement doubles as a “LAN Center,” consisting of five PCs, custom-built to match each of his cars; he uses these for both gaming and rendering graphics for his live shows. He and his team have developed custom software used to sync audio and visual effects, which they prepare in the studio using a giant touch screen and then bring with them on tour to run the show. This is just a glimpse of Deadmau5’s epic studio, and Linus goes into more technical detail in the video. Check it out for yourself below and enjoy!

Exposing Deadmau5's Studio

Watch deadmau5 Debut His Epic Cube 2.1 Stage Setup In New York

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Joel Zimmerman's "lots of shows in a row" deadmau5 tour is officially underway and we already have some amazing fan-shot videos of what the new live show looks like. It features his brand new Cube 2.1 setup that has received a ton of online buzz from dance music fans given its epic visuals.

deadmau5 has been rolling out clips of what seems to be a documentary revolving around his new stage setup on a weekly basis. The amount of preparation, time and people it takes to create this structure is simply incredible. You can catch yourself up on all of those videos here

His "lots of shows in a row" tour kicked off last night (Mar. 29) at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York where he'll be playing a couple more nights in a row. See below for some awesome videos taken by fans who attended the first show. Enjoy!

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