Professional Electronic Music Enthusiast who can help you in turning your good idea into a perfect masterpiece 😄
I am an Electronic music producer from Penang, Malaysia. I mainly specialize in Future Bass, Hybrid Trap and Future Pop with FL Studio but I am sure that my skills and techniques can be translated onto other genres as well.
If you are searching for a solution to create that brand new, modern sound in Trap, Future Bass and Future Pop, look no further because I am here to assist you to create tracks which can compete with others and cut through the rest. I can help you in creating your song from scratch or help you with mixing and mastering to ensure that your song is commercially ready.
When you contact me, I'll give you clear deadlines, pricing, and a no-nonsense approach. I'll tell you if I think I'm a good fit for the job, and on the rare occasions that I'm not, I will happily connect you to someone who is.
When we're discussing about our projects, I'll make sure that you will be given clear information on the deadlines, pricing with a no-nonsense approach. I'll let you know that If I think I will be a great fit for the job, or else I will happily introduce you to others that are. You'll be provided with unlimited revisions (within reasons) as I truly believe that communication is vital in accomplishing tasks efficiently and effectively.
Feel free to hit me up with the green "Contact" button above and let's make something amazing together.
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Interview with Nicolas
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I am working on building my own electronic music project and I hope that my music will be able to connect with people and bring joy to them.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: I prefer to work digitally because I'll be able to have access to a lot of analogue gears with just only fractions of their hardware price.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I promise that we both will be fully satisfied with the outcome of the project.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: My biggest tip for music production is to have a ton of references when you're trying to achieve the radio-ready quality music. Try to mimic how the top engineers, producers or artists make their songs sound so interesting and amazing. With references, you'll have really guidelines on how your song should sound like at the end of the project.