The Creators Project recently caught up with Dillon Francis and Diplo to discuss the origins and growth of the relatively new electronic sub-genre Moombahton. A hybrid of various genres, Moombahton has no immediate predecessor. Is it down-tempo Dutch House or Electronic Reggaeton? You be the judge. There is no clear definition yet the mass appeal and “freshness” of the new sound are creating waves in the EDM community.
Articulation will be a music post/blog dedicated to the discovery of new and inspiring musical compositions. As a songwriter and producer, I am constantly searching for the latest musical arrangement and production techniques. With the intent to help expose new production methods and ideas, the purpose of Articulation will be to share truly original compositions [...]
This is the Craft’s interview with DJ/Producer Kaskade. In the short documentary Kaskade discusses his beginnings as a nightclub DJ in Salt Lake City and his transition into music production and songwriting.
Here is the inaugural unofficial release from 4/4 Beats (Record Label) produced by myself and Sean Wilson. It is a remix of Kaskade’s “Dynasty” featuring Haley. We are currently working with a number of independent artists and musicians on music to be released at the Winter Music Conference 2010. For information please visit www.44beats.com
Ableton and Serato — two of the biggest names in live music production — have been working in stealth mode over the past year to create what they’ve been billing as “the future of digital DJing,” and today that new product has been revealed as The Bridge. Basically, you’ve got a thin layer of software [...]
An excellent way to beef up your music is by creating or adding effects to your sounds. Here a series of sound design video tutorials created by a DJ/Producer by the name of “Lucky Date”. I highly recommend taking a look. His tutorial style and information are up-to-date, clear and more detailed than most other [...]
Here is part of a tutorial I recently sent to a friend who was interested in learning about Ableton Live. “I think the best way to start out is to become familiar with the layout of Ableton. If you’ve used other programs such as Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase or Acid you’ll find that Ableton is [...]
Here is the second episode from a line of quality podcasts by the Get Down Society crew. This week the podcast features Tony Lee and Timeless. To hear more from the GDS podcast archives visit Get Down Society Podcast Archives [Audio clip: view full post to listen]