7/31/2008

NIN Tour Visuals: A Massive x0x Style Sequencer, FTW!



So Nine Inch Nails has just started their summer tour in North America, and someone sent me along this link to a preview of what their live visuals are looking like this time around. Of course there are plenty of analog synthesiers rocking the stage too, I'll try to find some more about that later.

Anyway, check out this video. The sound is horrible, but you'll get the idea. There seems to be a lot of touch response visual stuff going on that you'll see. The reason for this post however, starts at 4:55 in the video. Is this the biggest step sequencer currently in existence? I think so, I also think that whoever uses it will undoubtedly look like Vanna White.

5 comments:

erroneusnickname said...

3:55. But that's amazing.

Theo said...

Wow! And we're in...2008?
Imagine a NIN show in ten years from now!
Trent wearing a jetpack and flying above our heads whilst playing a silver keytar with laserz coming out of it.
Can't f'in wait!

surachai said...

I had no idea you liked NIN, Justin.

Machinate said...

Same layout their drummer has on the Lemur - 2 sounds x 2 bars x 16 steps.

very cool, very gimmicky, very nice sequencing paradigm, actually.

Roche said...

just saw them last night in oakland, amazing visuals!!!