CES 2014 action continues with Las Vegas DJ, DJ Technicolor at the Las Vegas Convention Center taking place at the DTS booth. The Social Media Show host Asia Jade interviews not only DJ Technicolor but also the amazing group of models who danced alongside him during his performances at the convention.
The interview starts with the five lovely ladies who had a chance to take a break during the long convention hours to sit down with Jade to talk about their experience. To sum it up, every time DJ Technicolor took stage the ladies would join him matching dance moves to the ear pleasing sounds he spun from the DJ decks. When asked what was one of the highlights of the CES experience, one model actually stated she had danced alongside a spectators wife via Skype. Talk about a unique way to use Social Media! The models interviewed included Lisa Marie (Las Vegas), Nicole (Las Vegas), Kara (Las Vegas), Zoey (Puerto Rico) and Sonya (Italy).
The conversation then transitions to the man himself, Morgan Gould or as the DJ world knows him “DJ Technicolor.” Technicolor was running on low amounts of sleep during the convention due to his busy DJ schedule throughout the week. He told Jade that he had spun at Tuesday Blend before coming to the convention and was spinning later that night at popular Downtown Las Vegas night spot Common Wealth. He gave a lot of credit to DTS and the models for being an amazing group of people to work with during the CES convention. He was able to play a variety of different songs and performed on a really cool color changing stage. During his breaks he was able to take sometime to walk around the convention naming the Samsung and LG booths as a couple of his favorite.
We would like to thank DJ Technicolor, the models and DTS for giving us the opportunity to conduct another great CES interview.
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Here’s a bio of DJ Technicolor which can be found on his SoundCloud account.
“Performing as Technicolor, Morgan Gould’s Downtown Las Vegas beginnings have lead to great things: a residency at Commonwealth, headlining Tryst at The Wynn, The Cosmopolitan’s Boulevard Pool and most recently Hakkasan’s Ling Ling Lounge at The MGM Grand.
Grandson of Oscar Winner David Gould, Morgan first aspired to become a filmmaker. That path would change when Morgan discovered his true passion in creating and playing music.
Morgan not only maintains a commanding presence on the strip, but curates for brands like Liberty Trade Show, Red Bull, Mercedes Benz and Topshop. With original productions and remixes soon to release, Technicolor looks to continue his expansion to the forefront of the DJ world.”
Here is some information on DTS, the innovative and highly reputable sound system company courtesy of Wikipedia.
DTS is a series of multichannel audio technologies owned by DTS, Inc. (formerly known as Digital Theater Systems, Inc.), an American company specializing in digital surround sound formats used for both commercial/theatrical and consumer grade applications. It was known as The Digital Experience until 1995.
In 2008, the cinema division was divested to form DTS Digital Cinema. In 2009 DTS Digital Cinema was purchased by Beaufort International Group Plc. and became known as Datasat Digital Entertainment. Beginning in 2011, the DTS cinema branding has been dropped, in favor of the Datasat Digital Sound branding. The original DTS Inc. company continues to exist developing and licensing DTS products in the home consumer market. Datasat Digital Entertainment has also announced a range of very high-end consumer audio processing products.
In April 2012, DTS, Inc. announced that it was to acquire the business of SRS Labs, including 1000+ audio patents and trademarks.