In this episode, I sit down with APASHE, a phenomenal bass music producer based out of Montreal. We chat about his background in music, studying electro-acoustics, his creative workflow, how he pushes through that last 10% of a track, studying classical music, and much more.
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- His background (4:15)
- Taking music production more seriously (7:17)
- Studying electro-acoustics (10:53)
- Should you learn about electro-acoustics? (13:43)
- Is it worth studying music in university (15:15)
- Turning music into a full-time career (16:10)
- Building a studio (19:40)
- Working in sync licensing (22:04)
- His classical influence (23:47)
- Intentional listening (31:30)
- His new track “Do It” (32:17)
- How he pushes through and finishes music (34:49)
- How to recycle old projects (37:12)
- How he starts tracks (39:04)
- Dealing with creative block (41:12)
- The pressure of sticking to one style (45:24)
- The unwritten rules of electronic music (48:16)
- Daily routine (49:02)
- Making music while on tour (50:58)
- Final pieces of advice (54:33)