Steve Aoki Caught Using Pirated Software To Work On Linkin Park Collaboration
Popular EDM artist and Dim Mak records label head Steve Aoki has been working on a track with Linkin Park. The song was performed live over a week ago at a festival in Japan. Aside from the out of key singing by Linkin Park's Chester Bennington, "A Light That Never Comes" collaboration with Aoki seemed to be a fan favorite.
Now it has been learned that Aoki mixed the track using Sylenth 1 VST, a popular suite of audio tools by Lennar Digital. The software retails for $215 which shouldn't be much for Aoki and his reported $12 million salary, but as redditers have posited out, Aoki has been caught red handed.
Youredm.com reports that in a short video clip showing Aoki working on the track, the registration tag clearly states Team ArCADE, a polular internet cracking group.
So far, Aoki and Lennar Digital have been quiet on the matter. You can check out the video clip below.
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Date: Aug 22, 2013
As Reported by: Jason Fisher
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