Do you think that genius is devoting yourself to what you love?
I think that is most of it, yes.
Hey Ott! Looking forward to the new album :)
I know you have touched on the whole "not using sidechaining in the traditional sense (getting the kick out of the way of the bass)" I was curious about how you the kick and bass sit so well, even when there are conflicting frequencies, or do you try to avoid conflicting frequencies in this context, I also remember you saying to tune the kick to the bass aswell. could you shed some light on this please?
Also, what gating hardware/software do use to splice and dice up sounds (vocals) fast, tight, and clean?
you seem to be layering sounds a lot. Somewhere here you mention that a synth arpeggio was constituted by a Doepfler modular patch with three additional layers from other synths, one of which was the Albino softsynth.
Ott, I am learning designing sounds for music. What is the thought process you go through when you decide to add an additional layer? And what leads you to using that specific instrument? Can you give us some examples?
In that case you made a Doepfler patch. That already takes layering oscillators I suppose. Why did you feel the need to add an Albino to it, and a third one I can't remember?