“Aleatory” has a strong sense of turmoil, set in with a broken beat and droning, moody synth-scapes that roar as the melody adds tension and suspense. A great opening track for those that like it a little darker and different.
> 01. What was the thinking behind this track and did you achieve what you set out?
This was the first track where I used poly rhythms and I wanted to create something with that extra layer of evolution that you hear in the best techno today. I never achieve what I set out to do when I write a track and that is both a frustration and the motivation to keep pushing myself.
> 02. What tips and advice can you share to any producers on shaping their own sound?
I have thought a lot about this question and I would like to give a piece of advice I have never heard anyone else give. Master your own tracks. You might do a terrible job but that is not the point. By going through the process of mastering, you better understand how your mix can be improved. I think it is strange that mastering is the point where everyone says to hand your music off. When I master other people’s music my goal is to do as little as possible. When you are struggling with a master that is the time to go back to the mix.
> 03. What is your go to track at the moment by another artist?
I don’t DJ so I don’t really think in terms of tracks. I listen to DJ mixes all day at work and some of my favourite artists right now are Exium, Pfirter, Reeko, and NX1. There are a lot of amazing Spanish producers out there right now!