Overall experienced music producer with official support by e.g. San Holo, Nicky Romero and KSHMR. Professional mixing/mastering engineer.
Hey there! Call me Julian, I am a professional music producer and mixing/mastering engineer. Besides making my customers happy, I release my own music with the following successes:
My releases have been supported by established labels like Trap Nation, CloudKid, bitbird and many others. Furthermore, I have received official support by well-known artists like San Holo, Nicky Romero, KSHMR, Klingande, Brooks, and more! This all results in more than 1 million streams on all major platforms collectively.
From my experience with over 150 satisfied clients, I have learned to produce a large variety of music and EDM styles. My main expertise is EDM (Future Bass, Trap, Progressive, etc.) and Pop music. Besides production, I also offer professional mixing and mastering services. Please don't hesitate to request any other styles or ideas!
Now, I think it's important to let you know what our collaboration will look like. I always ensure top quality and customer satisfaction (unlimited revisions). I've been a buyer myself and I know how important good communication is. So, communication will run smoothly, professional and polite! Please see my terms of service and price list for additional factual information. Looking for something else? Hit me up so we can discuss a fair process.
Let's get started and tell me what I can help you with through the 'Contact' button above!
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Pleasure working with MaMan, brilliant producer and great to collaborate with!
This producer is an amazing person and super nice. I will always trust this producer to do an amazing job everytime
MaMan! Beautiful, quality work and just as great communication and customer service. So lucky to have found him!
You simply can not go wrong with MaMan. Most certanly one of our favourite producers, always getting you the end product you want.
I love the work of Maman. He is a really good producer who can make impressive tracks. A warm and thick sound to every production.
Interview with MaMan
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: This analog/digital war is ongoing forever. For me, this summarizes my view: Nowadays digital is so good that some of the best mixes/productions have been made within the box. It's not that you need analog gear/equipment. However, I see analog gear as a tool rather than a 'magic button'. You can use analog gear to give your song a typical sound. It's about what you prefer; not about the 'better' one.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: My 'promise' would be to deliver what they need, but then just a little bit better :)
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: The diversity of music. Definitely. If I would make the very same musical production every day, it would annoy me very quickly. The nice thing about doing ghost production is the variety of customers that have different requests, requirements and belongings. Furthermore, making someone happy with your work feels so good! :D
Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
A: If I'm able to create a song like the reference they sent me. Actually the most common questions are just those that are practical; whether it's about me, the project, or the gig! I'm always open for any new requests.
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: People often see music production or electronic production as 'turning a few knobs'. The sentence "yeah he's just doing some random software things" annoys me. It's actually a skill that has to be required through hard work and years of experience. It's a factor of thousands of little pieces that come together in a song or production. Most people see the picture, not the actual work that has been done to achieve this goal.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: I'd say go for the one that feels best. Don't look too much at prices, Grammy Awards, #1 hits etc... Winning an award does not mean this provider suits your requirements. I've worked with 100+ customers so far, and they've always been happy about my communication and work. But I don't have a Grammy. See the difference?
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: Funny question! I think this would be it: 1. My PC, obviously. 2. My audio interface. 3. My set of speakers. 4. My grand piano. 5. My brain. That's all you need to get going :)
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: This refers back to my "What do you bring to a song" answer. My style is pure; straight forward; warm; but strong. I love beautiful subtle vocals but I also did huge drops. I have some special elements that I use in every production, just some ear candy things here and there in order to make it MaMan!
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: I would love to work together with guys like Dabin, Said the Sky, Illenium, etc.! Their music is just pure magic. However, I don't think you need these guys to make your own masterpiece. I've had collaborations with small guys that turned out to be a hit song!
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My studio is treated well with acoustic panels. I use a powerful Windows desktop that gives me the opportunity to smoothly operate the most complex projects. For audio configuration I mainly use my Yamaha HS7 speakers, together with my Audient ID44 and Scarlett interface. I also own KRK Rokit 5 speakers for mix comparison. For (vocal) recording I use my Rode NT1 microphone, but also Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO headphones. Other than that, I own two keyboards, more headphones, a stratocaster and a grand piano. In other words, a full music setup!
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Oh yes, I have a thousand! But for now let's keep it at one: Always create what you love, don't create what 'the market' wants you to make!
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: My main expertise is EDM, divided in Future Bass, Chill Trap and more. But also getting more into pop lately, mainly combining that with my own piano recordings!
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: My strongest skill... a question to think about! From my point of view, my strongest skill is my workflow and my sound. Okay let's separate that; my workflow, as described, is fast, intense, but conscious. My sound is, warm, organic and real! My songs carry a certain feeling, it will make you feel warm and connected (at least that's the aim).
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: NATURE, WARMTH AND MAGIC. I always tend to combine electronic elements with a touch of real-life instruments. For me, organic sounds really improves a song. Therefore, I often include recorded piano parts (I play the piano now for over 10 years). But also atmospheric elements that makes a song alive.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Usually I sit in my studio for a few hours and dive into the software I use (FL Studio 20). My workflow is very much determined by not getting disturbed. Once I'm in that 'flow', I work really fast. Some songs of mine have been written in just a few hours.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: My inspiration is in artists like Illenium, The Chainsmokers, but also smaller ones like Nurko, Dabin and Said the Sky! Mostly in the genre I love the most, Future Bass!
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I produce full instrumental songs for my clients. Mainly in the style of Future Bass, Trap, Chill, Pop, together combined as EDM. I deliver a full production, listening to the reference tracks as provided by the buyer, including professional mixing/mastering. Also, I do mixing/mastering separately for already existing songs.