What first drew you into music?
I’ve always been drawn to music, even when I was a little kid. Music to me has been at all times a way of relaxation, a means to disconnect with reality. That is why I always wanted to be involved with it. The main issue was to choose what genre of music I wanted to make. I figured this out during my adolescence, when I started going out with my friends and when we started to go to festivals and concerts where I got to see the likes of Hardwell, Martin Garrix, Zedd, David Guetta, ect. It was after seeing them live that I felt in love with the electronic dance music and since then I’ve been making my own music.
You are one of the best up and coming musicians we have encountered on the internet! And your track “Fallen Stars” is probably your best track yet! Could you tell us more about the story behind this track?
I wanted to create a track that could tell a story with every listen, because I feel that every song is mainly that, a story. With that in mind I started creating a track that kept evolving at all time, a song that showed you new sounds and melodies to keep you always motivated. That is also why I added a very melodic bridge before the second drop to increase the tension of the track in order to have a greater emotional impact. I tried to make the song as melodic as possible to really create an atmosphere that could be pleasant for the listener. An that’s pretty much it, that’s story on how I created Fallen Stars.
Going over your Soundcloud we can tell you love experimenting with new sounds. Can you tell us more about your studio setup and some of your favorite plugins/instruments?
I have just the basics. My two KRK Rokit RP5 G4 as speakers and my Apogee Duet Audio Interface. My favorite synthesizers are Sylenth 1 and Serum mainly because you can make anything with them. Some other plugins that I love are the Fab filters bundles. All the plugins in the bundle are unique. I can’t live without some of my waves plugins such as ssl channel, renaissance bass and compressor, S1 imager. Last but not least I love the ozone 7, because it’s just the best.
Your signature sound is already very professional and amazing to listen to! How did you manage to achieve such a professional sound in such a short time? Can you tell us more about your musical background?
The answers is very simple, just practice, practice and practice, there is no other way. Thankfully we live in a generation that allows us to learn all this stuff mostly for free. So if you are willing to put the effort and time to get better, you certainly will. And this applies to everything not just music.
All of your tracks are very melodic. Do you play any real-life instruments?
I play the piano, but I wouldn’t consider myself a good pianist. The main reason why my tracks sound very melodic it because I’ve spent a lot of time reading and practicing music theory. This allows me to comprehend how music works. Once you know that and you learn all the tips and tricks, you’ll start sounding more professional and more melodic.
What are your goals for the coming months? Any upcoming projects we can get excited about?
I have some collabs that I’m very excited that are coming up soon. Also, I’m currently working on a new track that is probably the best one I have made so far, so stay tuned for that. Some of my other upcoming projects are to strengthen and make my fanbase bigger as well as making the jump to Spotify. Although I will keep making music for a long so check it out.
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