— How do you like to approach making music?
— In an inappropriate way. The way that I produce music creates more problems than solutions. I will explain myself. Keep an identity sound, or some kind of a signature, is my actual challenge, but I always start from different points, ideas and an outsource mindset. This way it is more fun for me, but same time complicated to create a release.
Sometimes I record something or design a sound, then I put the ideas in "order" and I create a set of loops from it. Later I take pieces of it and mixe it with new ideas, or just complete it with some older Jams.
Another approach is that I record long Jams of drums or synths with analog or digital instruments and edit it after. Then I take the best shots and make it work for a dance floor track or in a musical context.
I use the same method of editing when I let myself go for entropy. The actual technology brings complex methods of creating rhythms and melodies, so I prepare a Ableton session of generative chains and let it run alone wile I record it. I step back as a curator, make a selection of what I think are the more interesting shots, and repeat the process over and over again until something makes let's my ear „click".
Rarely I imagine a song or the emotion that I will create in a track. In my humble opinion, it's more of an composition method, and I don't consider myself as a musician. But if it is the case I write or draw the ideas in my creative notebook and when it is time,I start to develop it.
Being honest I consider myself a reactive sound designer trying make dance floor music. I have fun doing experiments with the sounds, with the possibilities, the recording. I have fun making the edition time needlessly detailed, like in the mixing process.