The multi-award winning duo and N-funk pioneers wax lyrical about the SE-1 synth, creating their own FX and why they have computer speakers in the studio.
The respected sound designer, prolific producer and international DJ chats exclusively to S2S about music piracy, his love of melodies and the importance of proper studio acoustics.
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 Toolroom regular, Ministry of Sound compilation mixer, Radio 1 DJ and pop superstar remixer talks Twitter, Reason and why music should never be reduced to a purely scientific process.
The Cologne techno master chats exclusively to S2S about his essential studio tools, how he builds his tracks and the importance of quality over quantity.
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 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.
It’s twenty years since Zero-G put out the first dance sample CD. Sample Magic and S2S co-founder Dave Felton takes a nostalgic trip down memory lane, recalling his first – and most enduring – sample love.
The progressive tech-house don takes to the S2S hotseat and tells us why great productions are all about investing time, quiet monitoring – and rolling away non-bass frequencies at 125Hz.