Froogle on Finding Vocalists and Mixing As You Go

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I don’t know about you, but sometimes I find it nice to sit back and relax to some chill music over a “four-on-the-floor” banger. You know, music that reminds you of dreams, that takes you to a different place. One artist who makes such music is Froogle. He’s had tracks on popular YouTube channels like Chill Nation and MA Music, and has … Read More

Karanda on Bitwig, Experimentation, and Morphing Vocals into Basslines

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Karanda (formerly a duo) consists of James Woods, an outstanding producer from the UK. He started producing around age 6, and it shows. He’s someone who’s mastered their craft, in other words, someone you should listen closely to and take advice from. Listen on iTunes | Listen on Soundcloud What we talk about: The importance of experimenting with different styles … Read More

Ark Patrol on Having High Standards, Panning and Stereo Widening

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Apologies for the short break in episodes. I’m back! What better way to kick things off again than an epic interview with Portland-based producer Ark Patrol. In this interview, we talk about his workflow, the difference between producing an album versus a single, the importance of having high standards while avoiding perfectionism, and also his latest album “Primo” which is … Read More