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Joe Rogan interview Steve Aoki

Talks about his process and personal growth over his career.

Great interview.

Aoki is still humble as phuck. Cool dude, like his music or not.

Great businessman and entertainer.

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  • The music chat begins at 1:15:42

  • Does he ask him about stealing software ?

  • edited September 9

    @Turntablist said:
    Does he ask him about stealing software ?

    hehe, probably not but I haven't listened to it all... here was his statement back in the day...


    "It’s recently come to my attention that some fans on Reddit caught a screenshot of a pirated software plug-in from a recent Youtube clip I did with Linkin Park. To clear the air, I have owned the properly registered plug-in, Sylenth, for over 4 years now on my studio computer. I’ve included both the receipt and a screenshot of the actual plug-in below, purchased by my faithful assistant Jacob Lee. This is the computer I do all of my production on, including “A Light That Never Comes” with Linkin Park.

    However, the honest truth is that screenshot is in fact of my road laptop (the laptop I DJ with). I go through 5 or 6 of them a year, usually purchasing them while on the road. After my last purchase, I had asked my road team to help me load in my production software and apparently they didn’t ask Jacob for the authorization code for Sylenth and installed a pirated version.

    So my apologies go out to the good people at Lennar Digital and a big thank you to my fans that caught the mistake which has since been rectified.

    Sincerely,
    Steve Aoki"

  • @AudioGus said:

    @Turntablist said:
    Does he ask him about stealing software ?

    hehe, probably not but I haven't listened to it all... here was his statement back in the day...


    "It’s recently come to my attention that some fans on Reddit caught a screenshot of a pirated software plug-in from a recent Youtube clip I did with Linkin Park. To clear the air, I have owned the properly registered plug-in, Sylenth, for over 4 years now on my studio computer. I’ve included both the receipt and a screenshot of the actual plug-in below, purchased by my faithful assistant Jacob Lee. This is the computer I do all of my production on, including “A Light That Never Comes” with Linkin Park.

    However, the honest truth is that screenshot is in fact of my road laptop (the laptop I DJ with). I go through 5 or 6 of them a year, usually purchasing them while on the road. After my last purchase, I had asked my road team to help me load in my production software and apparently they didn’t ask Jacob for the authorization code for Sylenth and installed a pirated version.

    So my apologies go out to the good people at Lennar Digital and a big thank you to my fans that caught the mistake which has since been rectified.

    Sincerely,
    Steve Aoki"

    A+ Damage control

  • edited September 9

    Crazy. I not only went to High school with him he was also a buddy. He was a freshman when I was a senior. He used to go on snowboarding trips with us and we used to get him waisted. I remember when we all took acid together and when he finally passed out from drinking a ton of beer we war painted spectacles, a goatee, and sideburns on him with a permanent marker. When we were on the mountain the next day he couldn’t figure out why everybody he came across was laughing? That was 1992! He was way young but super cool and we all liked him a bunch.

  • edited September 9

    @Morgman73 said:
    Crazy. I not only went to High school with him he was also a buddy. He was a freshman when I was a senior. He used to go on snowboarding trips with us and we used to get him waisted. I remember when we all took acid together and when he finally passed out from drinking a ton of beer we war painted spectacles, a goatee, and sideburns on him with a permanent marker. When we were on the mountain the next day he couldn’t figure out why everybody he came across was laughing? That was 1992! He was way young but super cool and we all liked him a bunch.

    Hehe, I take it from your avatar the experience left you with a different impression?

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