deadmau5 Is Working On 'The Most Epic Thing' He Has Ever Done

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Deadmau5 performs during the Pemberton Music and Arts Festival at  on July 19, 2014 in Pemberton, British Columbia.

Deadmau5 has done a lot of epic things. He created The Cube, and then he trumped himself with The Cube 2.0. He's scored two top 10 LPs on the Billboard 200 albums chart, won six Grammys, and fought off Disney for the right to his iconic mask. He's developed one of the most recognizable sounds in dance and is touted as one of the modern scene's greatest engineers.

But apparently, we still aren't ready for what's coming next. The Canadian producer shared on Twitter that whatever he's cooking up now just might be "the most epic thing I've ever done with my music." 

The pronouncement is accompanied by an image of a table covered with a couple laptops, a copy of Native Instruments' Komplete software, an external hardrive, a USB package, and some video game goodies. When a fan asked for a hint, deadmau5 casually replied that he's putting together a 60-piece orchestra.