[BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] we welcome San Diego's 35mm to the 'Feed with his track "Lil Strang"!
I've been producing for about 10 years, but only began making tech house as 35mm 2 years ago.
-What do you use to make your tracks?
Ableton has been my DAW of choice for a while. My go-to soft synths are Serum, Operator, Omnisphere, Sylenth, and Avenger. They all shine in their own way depending on the situation. I have a habit of hoarding plug-ins for mixing, so recently I've been keeping things simple by limiting my choices to stock, Fab Filter, and Native Instruments plugins.
-How and when did you first discover Dirtybird?
String Thing and Mr. Spock absolutely blew my mind and sent me deep diving into the catalog a while ago.
-Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most?
Will Clarke is on the top of my list. His approach to sound design has always been insanely impressive to me. His drums punch so hard that it feels borderline offensive.
-If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you?
Don't Say a Word. I grew up incredibly shy. Honestly still a little shy -_-
-What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?
I saw Death From Above 1979 when I was way too young to be there. Everyone in the crowd knew every word to every song, and the energy was at 11 the entire night. I could never forget it.
-If you could time travel, where and when would you go?
One of the Ed Banger parties in Paris circa 2007. I really got into dance music after hearing those early releases from the label, and I always wished I could experience the energy inside those clubs at the time.
-What species of bird best describes you and why?
Definitely a Hummingbird because I tend to work a mile a minute. I’m always hopping between ideas.
-What does Dirtybird mean to you?
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