The Kling Klong label boss, expert sound designer and pop record producer discusses the challenges faced by producers today, explains why he never starts a track with the drums and lists his Desert Island Kit.
On the back of guest producing the most recent release in Riemann’s highly acclaimed Tech House Beats series, the German underground uberproducer shares some exclusive production tips.
The Spectral Sound regular shares some EQ tips, lists her essential studio weapons and explains why the last 5% of making a track is always the hardest.
The prolific London/Dublin production duo muse about their Roland gear, crappy speakers and why listening to some Enya can help make the difference between a dance floor filler or failure.
The Supernature head honchos take a breather from their Follow My Liebe album world tour to mull over the power of the internet, why diversification is the key to longevity and why professional mastering is essential.
The Alola, Disclosure and SexOnWax boss chats about keeping his monitors turned down, how too much choice can hamper creativity and how nothing is difficult with the right mindset.
The German producer, mastering engineer, DJ and label manager chats exclusively to S2S.
The Berlin-based duo and Riemann Kollektion 7 guest producers field questions on mixing, mastering, monitoring and more.
The Polish duo wax lyrical about their beloved Aiwa speakers, berate over-complicated arrangements and namedrop their secret weapon plugins.
The UK tech-house talent explains the importance of knowing when a track is finished, explains why self-belief is more valuable than any plugin and laments the confusion spread by online advice-nicks.
The minimal techno trailblazer explains why he does his own mastering, why we should be aiming for noisier mixes, and why the industry’s obsession with loudness is ruining good tracks.
The 2020Vision favourite stresses the importance of mastering, laments music piracy and sticks by the old adage that practice makes perfect.
The San Francisco house pioneer, former Om A&R man and Grammy nominee makes his case for trusting one’s production instincts and developing a unique signature sound.
The Parisian producer explains the importance of good monitors, the dangers of a loose low-end and lists his go-to plugins.
The Green and Rejected boss and Defected and Cocoon regular explains why louder doesn’t mean better, why quality takes time, and why his analogue gear is gathering dust.