J. A. Jiménez "Gogui"

I compose, produce and mix.

J. A. Jiménez "Gogui" on SoundBetter

I most enjoy experimenting with Electronica/Breaks//Pop/House/Ambient/Jazz

I´ve been producing music since the early 90`s. I´m a bass player originally, and have grown listening to all genres of music. I have produced and mixed some albums, as well as soundtracks and sound FX for shortfilms. You can listen to the audio samples, and contact me if you´d like to hire me as a producer. I have my "family" of analog synths and drum machines I love working with. I just love experimenting with them. I also love orchestrating music. Nice pads to fill the arrangement,etc. I mainly use Pro Tools but I also use Logic, and Cubase, which is the sofwtare I started with in the 90´s. In the demo you can hear excerpts from some of my productions. You can find techno/electronica, jazzesque style plus pop.

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Interview with J. A. Jiménez "Gogui"

  1. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  2. A: Main Audio Interface: Metric Halo 2882 DAW: Pro Tools 10 main platform. And occassionally Reason, Cubase, Logic, Live. Fender Jazz Bass Special 1987 Yamaha RGX guitar Revox PR-99 tape machine Synths, drum machines, samplers: Korg Mono/Poly Korg MS-10 Roland Juno-106 Roland JX-8P Oberheim Matrix-6 Yamaha CS-15D Casio CZ-1000 EMU Procussion Roland TR-707 Roland CR-78 Ensoniq ASR-10

  3. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  4. A: Prince, Mirwais, Nile Rodgers, Trevor Horn, Brian Ferry, The Smiths, Roisin Murphy, Joe Dworniak, Duncan Bridgeman, The Orb

  5. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  6. A: I usually create almost all the instrumentation. Some of the tracks I become from the artist, I keep them.

Several Tracks

I was the Composer/Co-composer/Producder in this production

Gear Highlights
  • Metric Halo 2882
  • Pro Tools
  • Korg Mono/Poly
  • Korg MS-10
  • Roland CR-78
  • Roland TR-707
  • Roland Juno-106
  • Roland JX-8P
  • Casio CZ-1000
  • Yamaha CS-15D
  • Oberheim Matrix-6
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