Marc Mysterio Debuts The Emulator in New Video

08/09/2011
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Marc Mysterio's debut single on Sony, 'All Wrong', features the vocals of 2009 MTV EMA Best New Act Winner Karl Wolf & Jamie Sparks. Presently, the track is causing quite a stir on radios and dance floors alike internationally.

In the video, Marc Mysterio debuts a device that will revolutionize his performance, and will be used exclusively by him on his forthcoming International Tour in support of his new emerging international hit 'All Wrong' booked by Sony Music: THE EMULATOR!

"The Emulator is without a doubt the future of djing - its awesome and I will use it exclusively to perform my concerts in the future!" says Marc Mysterio.

Emulator, created by Smithson Martin (www.smithsonmartin.com), is the world's first real and only multi-touch midi controller PC software for professional DJ and music, and is the first real and USABLE Multi-Touch DJ System that allows the crowd to see exactly what the DJ is doing on a massive 40" touch screen.

"When The DJ/Producer helms the project, he is the artist and while the vocalist is important, the voice is essentially an extension of other elements present in the song produced and then performed live by the DJ/Producer. Indeed, The actual artistry behind the live performance of Marc Mysterio with Emulator - as seen in the video for 'All Wrong' -- is now visual as well as audio which creates an enhanced futuristic concert experience which will attract new interest from fans and additional appreciation for his talents as a performing artist." notes Arina Dmitrieva, Director of Marketing at Sony Music Entertainment.

Marc Mysterio will use Emulator exclusively in his forthcoming international tour organized by Sony in support of All Wrong, kicking off in Dubai.

Check the Official Music Video for "All Wrong" by Marc Mysterio here.

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