Full Court Muzik brings Unlimited Creative Excellence to your project!
Founder & Owner of Full Court Muzik, Courtney Hamilton was Born in Fort Lauderdale,FL.
From childhood his interest in music was extraordinary to say the least &, by the age of 14 he was a full-fledged, self-taught singer/songwriter/musician.
Because of his uncanny musical ability, he was given the honor of overseeing the entire music department of his church.
He executed this responsibility with unwavering excellence. As a result, a new chapter began... Music Production.
Due to his vast knowledge, experience & expertise, Courtney has shared studios & stages with the world's top musical talent.
His collaborations include the likes of:
DJ Lucky Charmes
& Many more...
He has often been quoted saying that: "I would rather be hated for who I am than be loved for who I'm not".
He's also said: "As a producer, it is my responsibility to take the listener on a thought-provoking journey to places they've never been".
In Music, Lifestyle & Business, Courtney Hamilton personifies Unlimited Creative Excellence!
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Interview with Full Court Muzik
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I do everything from epic-fantasy, pop-rock all the way to jazz. There's almost no genre safe from me, lol.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Well, all of the greats of course, Michael, Quincy, Teddy Riley, Stevie, Queen, Pink Floyd, Hans Zimmer, Dr. Dre,Timbaland,Boyz 2 Men, Jay-Z, Nirvana and, pretty much anyone who makes awesome & thought-provoking music.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Without going into great detail... It's simple but, Powerful! ,lol
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: It varies from project to project, sometimes I start w/ melodies & harmonies,maybe a drum track, sometimes piano or pads, sometimes i'll alter loops to make something entirely new. The same goes for mixing, every song is unique like a person and, should be handled as such.