I’m proud to present to All-Fanu Mix Volume 8 to all drum-and-bass-loving ladies and gentlemen out there.
[also available on Mixcloud]
This is a selection of only my own productions from the past few years. This is what drum and bass is to me: chopped-up breaks and jungle, borderlining more modern shades of bass music, taking influences from contemporary styles such as footwork and juke.
When I was cutting my teeth as an artist breaking into the drum and bass scene a decade ago, doing these mixes gained my style some attention Continue reading All-Fanu Mix Volume 8→
In anticipation of the next FatGyver album release (vinyl test pressing in my hands soon), I’ve temporarily gone bonkers and dropped the price of my full digital Bandcamp discography price to 24 EUR.
The offer lasts this week only at https://fanu.bandcamp.com.
Every once in a while, I get asked a few quick and/or important general tips for making music. I’ve been making music for a little over two decades, and made a few tunes every now and then, so maybe that’s why. Or, at least that’s an indication that I manage to finish my feeble efforts.
I’m planning to update this blog a bit more often with production-related material (there already is some), and this time I wanted to get busy with some of the basics.
I started keeping a notepad so that I’d write a blog post on the “useful tips for beginners” topic, and this is it. It’s definitely more of a general one than a technique-specific one.
I’m definitely not a “master” of making music, but these topics are something I can look back on and say at least I’ve learned something valuable regarding them and all of this is based on experience.