Urban Pop, Bass, Orchestral and House Music Producer from Spain. I've worked with artists from Spinnin Records, STMPD RCRDS, Musical Freedom, Dim Mak, Buygore and Confession. If you are searching the next level of signature sound, I'm the person you are looking for. 100% professional. Currently working in limited projects.
I'm Diego, sound lover and active listener of music.
I consider myself as working in the field of emotion, understanding the industry as
an artistical area where the musician comunicates emotion to the listeners.
If you are looking for money or fame, and you forget the emotional part
of sound, this is not my business
In terms of sound, I love to produce dark and emotional tracks, but I also love to create
more happy and danceable hits. My speciality is working with big sonic pictures,
sound design and experimentality in a track.
Each song is a challenge for me, either if it's more minimal or grandiose.
Don't be affraid for talking to me or asking me whatever about music :)
- 1 revision included in the Mixing/Ghost service
- Extra revision add costs depends on the work.
- Project files delivered when the job is completed.
- Average time for working is 1 week.
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Interview with Diego Díaz
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The most common type of work I do for clients is co-production. Mostly of them think a mixing session could improve the final product, but actually not. You need a good foundation for starting to create a solid theme, then the labor is taking different good ideas to generate a bigger sound picture.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: It changes every year, but I respect a lot the job is doing FINEAS (Billie Eilish producer). I also like so many underground bass music producers like X&G (who have been working with Boys Noize and Skrillex), RL Grime, What So Not, PURGE, Sophie...
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I have a simple studio setup, a pair of Focal Alpha Studio Monitors connected to my focusrite 2i4, and a couple of instruments and controllers. Trust the hear, not the gear.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: It depends on the task. If I'm producing, I experiment with my volca digital sequencer, or my yamaha piano to get influenced out of the box, sometimes I record my voice with my shure SM7B and I chop the recording... If I'm mixing, the job is less creative, but I try to feel comfortable with the project, so I try to get the session as much organize I can
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: As an electronic music producer, I separate the production stage from the sound design stage, so if the previous work is done, bring to life a track is easy with something a concept in mind.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I honestly think my strongest skill could be animating a track, and get some life fuel to it. It's easy to create sounds, the point is get some coherence into that sounds, this could be the challenging part of the work, and I think I make a good job at it.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I usually work in electronic music, all kinds from Trap to House, Dubstep and whatever danceable.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Create a library of personal sounds it's the foundation for creating your own brand sound. So take this seriously, and work on it , you will save a lot of time searching weird samples.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: I feel so inspired by watching movies. Horror, Thrillers, also action films... So part of my sound is incluenced by the cinematic music production. I would describe my style as orchestral dark bass or dark cinematic.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I studied music theory in Yamaha Music School , and sound engineer in Millenia, both in Valencia (Spain). I've been doing this since 2015
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Digital 100% for mixing/mastering. Needed some analog in the recording area. But, to sum up, we are almost in 2020 and my parents, friends can't tell the real difference between both.