How long have you been creating music?
I've been in this world for many years, but the past 5 years have been for real.
What do you use to make your tracks?
I love to know and discover all kinds of tools and have options to work, I produce my songs in Ableton Live and I've been mixing in the Studio One, I have old synthesizers like Moog Voyager, Jupiter 8, Juno 106, Oberheim, SH101 .. an I'm also have an analog setup for mixing and mastering to get the final part done in the tracks, my favorites are SSL Mixer, API 2500 compressor, Thermionic Culture mastering compressor, Bettermaker EQ and Limiter among so many other tools.
How and when did you first discover Dirtybird?
I've been DJing for over 20 years already, I've always loved it and also I've been following the work of the Claude Vonstroke, I believe I met his music in the mid of 2000 or so through the track "Who's Afraid of Detroit" a world anthem, and since then there's always something from him in my sets.
Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?
Claude Vonstroke, Justin Martin.
If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?
Never give up.
What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?
The Chemical Brothers.
If you could time travel, where and when would you go?
I would go back to the 80's, I love everything that was done back then.
What species of bird best describes you and why?
Owl, I just feel good on the street at night.
What does Dirtybird mean to you?
Dirtybird is always a great challenge. A label that prioritizes music, they always give the opportunity for whoever wants to get there with their music as long as the music communicate with the language of the label. DB is risky the new, disconnect from rules, try to sound different using the same tools as the common. It is a point out of the comfort zone.Share
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