What did Daft Punk use for Alive 2007?
Ableton Live software
Alive 2007 comes from Daft Punk’s performance at their Bercy show on 14 June 2007, during their Alive tour. For the performance, Daft Punk used Ableton Live software on “custom made super-computers” controlled remotely with Behringer BCR2000 MIDI controllers and JazzMutant Lemur touchscreen pads.
How many times did Daft Punk tour?
In case you weren’t keeping count, that’s a total of 4 tours Daft Punk have been on. The first starting in 1995 and the last ending in 2007.
When did the Daft Punk Alive album Come Out?
Alive 2007 is a live album released by Daft Punk in 2007. It features live songs from their performance at Bercy in Paris, France, on their Alive 2007 tour. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Electronic/Dance Album in 2009.
What was the name of Daft Punk’s 2006 tour?
The 2006 performances and 2007 tour as a whole was later retroactively named “Alive 2006/2007”. The tour was met with praise and critical acclaim. The Times described Daft Punk’s set as a “memorable sensory spectacle, both dazzling and deafening”. The visuals of the tour were set up by XL Video.
When was alive last tour as a duo?
The world-spanning tour was their first as a duo since 1997, as well as being the duo’s final tour. While the 2006 concerts were not given a formal title, the 2007 performances were advertised as “Alive 2007”. The 2006 performances and 2007 tour as a whole was later retroactively named “Alive 2006/2007”.
When did Daft Punk play in Mexico City?
At the end of October, Daft Punk performed in Mexico City. The duo also performed on Friday 2 November 2007 at the Arena Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico and Guadalajara. Modular Records announced that Daft Punk would appear in Australia for an event in December 2007 called Never Ever Land.