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RBMA World Tour 2011: South Africa | Maximum Signal Control
- SEP 21, 2011
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- Producers and DJs from all over South Africa gathered in Cape Town for the first stop of the Red Bull Music Academy World Tour 2011. Overseen by acclaimed DJs/producers and experienced sound system builders K-Aze (formerly known as Lemon-D) & Dillinja, the participants built the Red Bull Soundsystem. After three days of building and workshops, everything culminated in a three-day electronic music festival. Check out the highlights in this video.
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