This week, Tisoki sat down to talk on the EDMProdcast.
Tisoki is a multi-genre producer who’s signed to Monstercat, who got here up by the dubstep and bass scene. He’s beforehand been on the podcast for episode 92, three years in the past. On this episode, we dive into how Tisoki has matured as each a producer and particular person and the way beforehand he was caught up within the entice of chasing success.
Tisoki additionally covers what he’s been as much as for the previous few years and the way COVID-19 has affected his profession and touring prospects. He dives into the very actual battle of coping with no reside exhibits, which has been a actuality for a lot of artists the previous yr and a half.
We additionally speak about his new album 01953 and the way it has been a extra experimental album compared to his earlier releases, with loads of tracks venturing exterior of the realm of bass music. We speak about one of many singles from the album, SENSITIVE (ft. Charity Vance), and the manufacturing behind his distinctive tackle the storage style.
In direction of the top we speak manufacturing, diving into matters comparable to why producers shouldn’t be shamed for utilizing samples, the entice most producers fall into with layering, and add imperfections into your tracks.
- 0:00 Intro
- 3:27 Interview begin and pseudo-Australian accent
- 5:20 What’s occurred the final 3 years & COVID
- 10:40 The fact of success as an artist
- 14:12 Easy methods to not get caught within the success entice
- 21:30 The advantages of being a multi-genre artist
- 24:39 Why producers shouldn’t be shamed for utilizing samples
- 27:45 Put up-processing and audio manipulation
- 29:55 Humanizing and natural manufacturing
- 32:32 Layering methods and the way to not layer
- 36:57 Shorter preparations
- 42:21 Why Tisoki has launched on loads of labels
- 49:31 Self-releasing as the brand new path ahead
- 52:09 How he made ‘SENSITIVE (ft. Charity Vance)’
- 57:43 The varied types on his new album ‘01953’
- 1:02:30 What’s arising aside from the album?
- 1:04:11 Should you had a time machine, what would you alter?
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