Techno Vinyls Records ’ series of interviews, we talk to producers who have releases on our label.

Interview with PITCH!

What does producing mean to you? When did you start your music career and what motivated you?

  • In my case producing music means everything, a total disconnection with the world, an expression of emotions, feelings and definitely means happiness. I listen electronic music for over 22 years, and always called my attention how those sounds were created. The first time I went to an electronic music party. I knew from that day that I wanted to be a DJ, around 2007 I had the chance to buy my first equipment and learned how to play. Early 2016 I start to get slowly in the world of production and releasing my first Ep. in 2019.

How have your releases inspired you throughout your career?

  • I just try to learn and do better than my past releases, I just sit on the studio and magic comes alone. What inspires me the most to not stop and do better is the good reaction and the support of the people to my music, that another djs play and people dance to my music is the most beautiful thing ever.

Do you like to collaborate with other artists? What do you think about remixing? Do you like to remix or do you like to have your music remixed?

  • I like to collaborate with other artists, is a really nice experience. You have the chance to see the view of art that the other artist has and you always learn something from them.
    I love to remix and to be remixed, to give a twist on the structure of another track and rewrite it again with new ideas on the same concept.

How do you choose a title for your tracks? Do you think a well-chosen track and EP title matters?

  • I honestly don’t have a special method to choose the names, I just try that there is a connection between the name and the track or Ep.

Is a well-designed cover important to you?

  • I believe that a good cover is really important, the visual impact is also a good point to attract people to listen your music when they don’t know you. I think also that it has to be a balance between the cover and the music.

How do you choose record labels (what is a good label for you and what are your expectations)?

  • I normally choose a label knowing which artists are in it. I honestly don’t think there is a good or a bad label, labels are made by the artists in it. In my opinion they are big and small labels, meaning with more or less experience/career in the scene, and in the case of the big labels with high profile producers/djs. Also sometimes you release in some labels due to connections and friends that they own it, or they work for it.

How do you see track sales in the digital millennium data flood (for example: how do you see the digital sales, promotion tracks, illegal downloads etc.)?

  • Of course, I am completely against the illegal downloads, but is something really difficult to fight and almost impossible I believe. It’s not easy to get money of the digital sales, unless you are a well known producer and make thousands and thousands of sells.

What are your future plans for making tracks?

  • My plan is to continue making the music I love, and not stopping to learn, improve as an artist and person.

Thank you for accepting our interview request, we wish you much more success in your producer work!

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