06.10.11 by Jeff

24-video mashup

“Rolling in the beats”, a 24-video mashup by Ithaca Audio.

Rolling in the beats by Ithaca Audio 24 video mashup

Watch the video below!


The mashup took around two months to create and countless hours searching through thousands of clips on YouTube. The mashup was performed on an AKAI APC40 connected to the excellent Ableton Live software.

Here are the tracks that went into it’s construction:

The Prodigy – Mindfields
Ludovico Einaudi – Nightbook
Haddaway – What is love
The Streets – Turn the page
4th Avenue Jones – Move on
Layo & Bushwaka – Love story
Adele – Rolling in the deep
The Killers – All these things that I’ve done
Death in Vegas – Aisha
Beyonce – Crazy in love
Felix Mendelssohn – A midsummer night’s dream
DJ Shadow – Organ donar
Destiny’s Child – Bug a boo
DJ Shadow – The number song (T La Rock – Breakdown / Don Covay – Bad Luck)
Daft Punk – Around the world
Queen/David Bowie – Under pressure
Aretha Franklin – Deeper love
Peter Carpenter – The theme from Magnum P.I
Klaxons – Gravitys rainbox (Soulwax remix)
Michael Jackson – Scream
The Verve – Bittersweet symphony
Run DMC/Aerosmith – Walk this way
Basement Jaxx – Do your thing
Faithless – Take the long way home













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.







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