Morgan Page has been a successful DJ/producer for more than a decade now. In addition to making Grammy-nominated hits like “The Longest Road,” he’s traveled the world playing the finest clubs and most prestigious festivals, he retains a Vegas residency at Daylight at Mandalay Bay – the whole bit.
But if you check out his website, you’ll not only find the basic bio/pics/tour info, you’ll also encounter a formidable “Morgan Page Quick Tips” section, which offers impressive text and video content tackling tech, business and general artist tips. Up-and-coming DJs, take note.
As he dropped his new single (“Gone My Way,” a club-banging collab with Pex L on Armada) and prepped for Miami Music Week, where he’ll play the Armada Invites Pool Party on March 30 at The National, we caught up with Morgan Page.
DJ Times: What’s in your studio these days?
Morgan Page: I use Ableton Live for pretty much everything. I’ll often cut vocals with Pro Tools. I’m in love with all the UAD stuff – the Distressor, bx_subsynth, SSL G Series compressor, and Precision Maximizer. I just got the new Apollo x8p, which is a really innovative bridge between software and hardware with their unison technology. I also really like everything FabFilter makes. I use their reverb on nearly every track.