Lots of DJs are now choosing to move over to digital ways of performing, meaning the post-vinyl era is upon us, according to one source.
The big gig of last week the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival saw many people choosing to DJ from their computers rather than mixing on decks, reports ClubHooligan.com.
MP3s have been taken on by many musical buffs, with loads saying it means they can get tunes quicker and more easily.
Steve Aoki, a DJ from Los Angeles, told the website: “When you are a vinyl DJ, you have to wait to get tracks on vinyl before you can play them out.”
However, Sasha has always been against the idea of moving to “crash-prone” computers and still likes to mix live and on decks.
The DJ king said he has previously seen the effects of a crashing system, before he was due to play a gig in Mansion, in the US, and said it “messed up my entire night”.
Sasha has been described as “the leader of the pack” by Outlar.com, who says he has the ability to set the dance floor alight and make people dance.