Photos: High-tech DJ works the hard drive
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Lorin Ashton, who also goes by the name of his musical project, Bassnectar, at work in his studio.
Ashton gets Reason-able as he manipulates Reason, the virtual studio software he uses to create his music.
Ashton mixes his music in front of the crowd at San Francisco’s Scorpio Ball.
Ashton works his equipment in a live performance.
Ashton multitasks as part of his show, counting out beats, chopping the air and bobbing in time to the music.
A happy crowd of sweaty dancers as Ashton spins his electronic magic.