Skilly Music – It's the sound that you deserve. That beat that makes you a better rapper. That soundtrack that touches your movie’s audience. That trailer music that perfectly accompanies your visuals. That mix that makes your song sound great. Music and sound is my passion and I'm striving to make your work stand out from the competition!
So, do you want music that is yours and yours alone? Do you want to be able to talk with me about the smallest details of a musical piece, from finding the right tempo and rhythm to discussing the usage of instruments? Contact me, and start working with me today! I always love to work with new artists, filmmakers, game developers, and companies alike. My goal is to make your project stand out from the rest by refining it with the best music possible.
No fixed prices, every project is unique and has to be treated as such!
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Interview with Skilly Music
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Almost everything about music is relative and sometimes it's hard to find the right words to describe it. Music can be powerful, epic, uplifting, sad, energizing, deep, thoughtful, dark, scary, romantic...the list goes on and on and yet there's no universal definition of those words. What sounds "energizing" to you might sound "uplifting" to the person next to you. I think one of my strongest skills is to have a feeling for what my clients want and deliver what they were looking for.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: To produce music or mix songs for other people means to visit musical places you probably wouldn't have visited without them. - My job pushes me to constantly evolving my craft and learn more about the world of music.
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: Last year I produced music and sound design for a Halloween event in Europa Park, one of the world's leading theme parks. Visitors would walk through a haunted house with headphones on. The music and sound design had to accompany exactly what they were seeing and experiencing. It was a complex project with a lot of preparation work and on-site meetings needed, but it turned out great and people were scared as hell, which in this case was very good. :)
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I'm currently working on some music and sound mixing for a full-length documentary about the late great Oliver Rath, one of Europe's finest photographers.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Do you!