Martin Garrix reveals production process behind his Coachella show
Martin Garrix has given us a glimpse of how is shows are created for big events such as Coachella in his new series of ‘The Martin Garrix Show’. Within the latest episode, episode five, Garrix shows us his involvement with all areas of the production side of things. This includes syncing the music to the visuals, lighting, and pyrotechnics.
Throughout the video, Garrix explains how rewarding working with the production team can be as they let him make his best ideas a reality. He praises them throughout the documentary and thanks them for giving him a platform to get his shows onto another level
This episode also gives an insight as to how stressful set changes can be. Festivals like Coachella give artists only a maximum of 30 minutes for a set change, meaning lots of practice for rigging is required. Garrix’s team explain how they prepare themselves for it as they take us through the massive warehouse filled with hundreds of lighting units.
Overall the video shows the best of Garrix’s incredible work ethic and his special relationship with the rest of team, giving a source of inspiration to many people who are looking to build their interpersonal and communication skills.
Watch the full video now below: