Tomorrowland Defends David Guetta Fake DJ Claims
As we broke the news yesterday regarding claims of David Guetta faking his set at Tomorrowland a video surfaced of David Guetta and his live set at Tomorrowland. As a result many have once again used this opportunity to begin criticizing the performer, claiming he faked his entire set, which is not the first time he has been accused of such a thing.
“During the years, Tomorrowland – together with the artist – has developed an unseen high quality show. The massive fireworks display that only occurs in the very last minutes of the set need weeks of programming, so as to get everything perfectly synced in order to create an experience never seen before.”
And later chimes in:
“All respect for David Guetta, one of the greatest DJ’s on the planet!”
As we reported yesterday, Sander Landsaat also stated:
“The reason why all faders were down as claimed is because there was a power outage and a moment of silence for a good 10 mins if I remember correctly, could have even been longer. If this happens and the power comes back on you don’t want the music to start playing again where it left off or at a later point in the track abruptly, because that would also create ammo for all those critics and negative people out there.”
Was there an actual power outage or was it in preparation for the fireworks? And if it were in prep for the fireworks, how did they sync up perfectly as to no one would notice him lowering his levels and no effecting the overall sound that no one has claimed to have heard. Furthermore, if all 4 faders were down because of a power outage, why does the clip show the crowd dancing to music?