In our third installment of “Around the World with Jay Dee,” let’s take a look at how Jay Dee was inspired by the sounds of Europe.
In this entry, let’s break down a few samples that inspired Jay Dee from Tomita and other Japanese artists, as well as his forays into Indian music.
This week, we explore Jay Dee’s world of sample choices in “Around the World with Jay Dee,” starting with South America and his love for Brazilian jazz.
We chatted with Lapalux about his modular setups, manipulating and warping sounds, and bringing life to digital sounds.
In this interview, we sat down and spoke with KARRA about her career as a producer and vocalist, maintaining strength through adversity, creating sample packs, and more.
We sat down with Origin Sound to discuss their newest pack, “Vintage Soul II,” as well as their process for creating and curating sample packs.
In this Q&A, Trakgirl speaks with Splice about her workflow, her strategies for keeping creativity alive, and more.
We sat down with Sharooz Raoofi, founder of Sample Magic, to discuss how the sample pack industry has changed, where he sees the future of plugins headed, and his advice for young artists.
We sat down with producer and multi-instrumentalist starRo to discuss his favorite plugins, synths, and what he needs to stay inspired.
We sat down with Goldie Awards founder and DJ legend A-Trak to discuss what he’s looking forward to seeing in this year’s Goldie Awards, creating opportunities for the next generation of DJs, and more.
Mark Johns sat down with us to talk bedroom recordings, coming up with song ideas, and the five things she needs to stay inspired.
In this article, we sat down with DJ and producer Qrion to discuss her favorite synths, cooking, nostalgia, and more.