What does Joe Hahn really do at liveshow?

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    LinkinParkFCinVietnam

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    Joe Hahn is best known as a "DJ" in the band. So, I wonder which kind of stuff he really does in a Linkin Park's show, besides scratching or playing sample note?
     
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    Nish

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    He plays samples within samples :leo:
     
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    minuteforce

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    That many samples within samples is unstable :leo:
     
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    The stage could collapse at any second :leo:
     
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    minuteforce

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    If we are gonna perform Hahnception, then, we need imagination. :leo:
     
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    Nish

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    I know how to find samples from your MIDIfighter, I know all the tricks! :leo:
     
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    minuteforce

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    Never sample from your memory. Always imagine new samples. :leo:
     
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    You're asking me to scratch. I hope you do understand the gravity of that request :leo:
     
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    minuteforce

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    The keyboard sample that we plant in this man's mind will grow into an idea. :leo:
     
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    You create the world of the samples. We bring the scratchs into that MIDIMixer and fill it with their samples. :leo:
     
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    Nish

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    What is the most resilient mix? vocals? A speech? An instrumental? A scratch :leo:
     
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    Resilient. Highly contagious. And even the smallest sample of a scratch can grow. :leo:
     
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    Let me ask you a question, why the hell were we ambushed, huh? Those were not normal samples. They've been auto-tuned, for God's sakes! :leo:
     
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    minuteforce

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    Once a synth hook has taken hold of the brain, it's almost impossible to eradicate. :leo:
     
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    An instrumental that is fully formed - fully mixed - that sticks; right in there somewhere. :leo:
     
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    minuteforce

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    We bring our project into that computer and they fill it with their samples. :leo:
     
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    It's the foreign nature of the sampler. They attack like a Cure for the Itch. :leo:
     
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    No, no, don't show me sample bank. Only the DJ should know the layout. :leo:
     
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    Nish

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    Yes. Remember, you are the sampler, you mix this song. I am the listener, my mind hears it. :leo:
     
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    minuteforce

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    If you can sample a kick from someone's track, why can't you plant one there instead? :leo:
     

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