The Morris Audio regular fields questions on monitoring, mixing and the perils of procrastination.
The Rekids regular takes to the S2S hot seat to discuss sampling, monitoring and the challenge of knowing when enough is enough.
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.
The Dim Mak and Ultra regular and Dizzee Rascal remixer discusses the challenges of producing on the road, his essential mixing tools and name-checks his current favourite synths.
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 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 UK house music legend talks about his analogue-packed studio, offers up an EQ tip and explains why the artist should always read the contract.
The hottest production team around on why they’re never totally happy with their sound, but why the future will be very bright indeed…
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 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 Swiss deep house maestro talks about vintage inspiration, digital tools, and how he keeps his drum tracks in check.