— You are having quite a lot of releases and this is very exciting. How would you describe your typical day in the studio? Any tips you can share?
— A typical day in the studio would consist of:
Muting all disturbing factors like smartphones, tablets, television, or any other things that can get you out of focus easily. Choosing what the purpose of the studio session will be, is also very important. Sound design session, production or mixing. In our experience we get the best results by focusing on one thing at a time. Taking a break every 2 hours to reset your focus and ears is not a bad idea. Maybe one of the most important tips we can give to new producers is that you do not want to focus on trying to sound exactly like a producer you love. It can be a real struggle to come close to certain sound as much is based on sound design and sound design is a lot of experimenting. If you focus too much on sounding like someone else, it can be real frustrating and the outcome of sounding like someone else isn't even good because you want to be unique. It is better to explore your own journey in sound and as you get better with techniques you will eventually create your own sound as everyone has a certain way of working. Do not stress. It takes time and practice like any skill.