After witnessing the great success of Phatt Kicks In Key, the S2S crew caught up with Audentity label boss Edwin Koelewijn to get the low down on his production methods.
Q & A
Who better to learn from than the pros? We visit a producer making waves in the dance world and irritate them with lots of questions. Just for you.
The S2S crew catches up with the legendary Utah Saints to talk production, inspiration and the good times ahead.
The S2S crew takes a second to chat with Dot Bustelo about her latest chill-out pack, Electric Chillwave.
S2S gets a few hints from EVAC (aka Jeremy Goldstein) about his production methods and asks some questions about his latest pack from Sounds To Sample Presents!
S2S catches up with Bulgarian up-and-comer PHM for the rapid fire question round about his production methods and latest sample pack, Dark & Minimal Vol. 2.
House legend Richard Vission gives us the up and up on his recent release and one important tip to aspiring DJ’s.
In this Q&A, house legend Dave Aude talks workflow and gives tips to aspiring DJ’s and producers.
The Material Series boss talks industry, tech and advice in our latest quick-fire Q&A.
The red-hot remix pair sit down to talk studio expansion, searching for samples and getting to grips with Rob Papen’s Albino 3 in this exclusive S2S interview.
The Swiss beatsmith, with releases on labels as varied as Border Community and Dessous, welcomes us into his studio to chat in-depth about cutting back on live shows, the perils of piracy and why time in the studio is never wasted.
With releases on Carl Craig’s Planet E, R&S, Cocoon and Tresor, it’s been a meteoric rise for the Irish duo since 2008. Here they explain the importance of persistence, keeping workflows fresh and why outboard gear works for them.
The Morris Audio regular fields questions on monitoring, mixing and the perils of procrastination.
Thijs de Vlieger, one third of world-conquering Drum & Bass outfit Noisia, shares his thoughts on studio schedules, knowing their spectogram inside-out and why every studio tool is ultimately replaceable.