Karanda (formerly a duo) consists of James Woods, an outstanding producer from the UK. He started producing around age 6, and it shows. He’s someone who’s mastered their craft, in other words, someone you should listen closely to and take advice from.
What we talk about:
- The importance of experimenting with different styles
- Going from one idea to another
- Improving workflow and efficiency
- Why James made the switch from Ableton to Bitwig
- Creating complex trance 2.0 basslines
- Morphing vocals into basslines
Cool things mentioned in the episode:
- BOS Electro Bass Tools
- Atomic Cloud
- The Mangle
- Zynaptic Morph
- Focal Solo 6 BE
- UBK Happy Funtime Hour podcast
- The Channel Strip Principle
- Hans Zimmer’s studio
- Hans Zimmer – Time (Karanda remix)
Intro track: Karanda – Supreme
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Until next time, have fun producing!