Hello Ott! I don't really have a question but I was hoping if you could shed some light on your creative process when making a song? I have recently been getting back into music production with a laptop and FL Studio, and am HIGHLY inspired by your music. Oh, and if you go on tour again, PLEASE COME TO AUSTIN TEXAS!!!
I don't really have a 'process' as such. I just switch a machine on and fiddle about with it until it does something I like, and then I record it. I keep doing that until have as much as I think I need and then I spread it all about in as poetic a fashion as I can.
It's obviously a bit more complicated than that but, really, it's just about experimenting, keeping the good bits and throwing out the shit bits.
great music, love it,
what do you think of the new Elektron devices, especially the analog four or the analog keys, ive hear they sit very nicely sequencing other analog grear, with a very in depth step sequencer. any thoughts, many thanks looking forward to the new album ;-)
Hellö, how are ya!?
Who is the guy talking about the most accurate truth about life in "one day I wish to have this kind of time"? (I wanna guess as "Simon Posford", but I think he is not, maybe a quote from a movie?)