It's no secret and there's no question that electronic music is experiencing it's biggest growth ever right now. For those of us who are deeply rooted in the scene, we've seen many of our peers react to all this to varying degrees. While some completely embrace it and believe we are on the precipice of a golden age, others act as if they've lost their children to alien abduction. So yeah, growing pains. One of the central issues to this has been the issue of pre-planned sets. Different from pre-recorded (which I personally do not condone), pre-planned sets still take a lot of heat. The reasons against them are obvious, if not a little dated, and it's high-time we let you know why pre-planned sets are alright.