Frontman of dark electro metal duo, Auger, and producer and keyboard player for Massive Ego.
So my name is Kyle, I am the co-founder and frontman for Auger and I've recently joined Massive Ego as their producer and keyboard player.
I've been writing, producing and mixing music professionally for the last 6 years and before that for 10 years as a passion enriched hobby. In my career so far I have worked with Auger, Massive Ego, BlutEngel, Pride and Fall, Solar Fake as well as a host of lesser know artists.
I am happy working with all projects no matter how big or small, or what genre. I am very passionate about music and enjoy the creative process and working with likeminded people.
Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.
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Interview with Kyle J Wilson
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Power; from huge stadium choruses to cinematic middle 8s.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My studio is a creative space. It's a homely hodgepodge of modern and old-school technologies, with a liberal assortment of guitars. For the geeks, here's a mini breakdown: Synths - Novation Supernova II, EMU Proteus 2500, Yamaha AN1x, Korg Poly61, Vox Jaguar PC - i9 10900K, 64GB DDR4, 5TB SSD storage, M-Audio ProFire2626, RTX 2060 Super Speakers - KEF Concord IV
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: The spectrum of musical inspiration for me is quite ridiculous. Ranging from current metal bands such as Gojira and VOLA, to 90s RnB acts like TLC, to the moody indie tones of Interpol and Radiohead, all the way to the amazing characterful 80s sounds, with bands like Tears For Fears, Talk Talk and Duran Duran.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The most common type of work I do for my clients is mixing. I really enjoy listening to new tracks and getting the change to mix them and make them sound the best they possibly can. It's exciting for me as often they're ideas I never would've come up with.