My latest single was featured in the prestigious Rolling Stone India magazine. I am a classically trained pianist, electronic music producer and an audio engineer based in India. I can bring unique Indian soundscapes in my production as well as utilise my knowledge in classical music to to create harmonic structures that are unique.
Producer, engineer and pianist who has worked on renowned projects in the Indian Independent Music Scene. My music has been featured in the prestigious Rolling Stone India Magazine.
My role as a producer is to help create soundscapes and production that suites the vibe of your song. I believe that a creatively designed production can create a very unique sonic experience for the listener. I specialise in creating Pop music that has a good balance of programmed elements, synthesisers and creative sampling.
Being a classically trained pianist as well as an audio engineer, I understand the importance of structure, movement, and dynamics that can help your song speak for itself. I have assisted and learnt from artists and producers in the Indian Independent music scene whose songs have been featured by Spotify India on several prestigious editorial playlists.
Once you send me a demo, we can work on production ideas, a fixed timeline and a competitive price for completion of the project. If you need live drums and other acoustic instruments recorded I have a network of the best music studios and session musicians in the city and can organise it for you.
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Interview with Adhitavo
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Mainstream pop with an Indian twist
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Staying organised and having visual aids can really help you stay organised. Don't be scared to start from scratch if something is not working.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I usually work on mainstream pop music with a lot of synthesisers and programmed elements, I also try adding acoustic and recorded elements and samples to the song. The mainstream artists I vibe with are Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa, Coldplay.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: I start with refining a song idea or demo in terms of structure. Then I work on identifying elements and a sonic palette that will do justice to the song. Once the vibe is set, I try finding references that can go well with the genre and type of production. Once that is done, I work on shortlisting different synthesisers, drum samples and elements that would most likely work with the song. Once everything is set and organised I start working on individual verse, chorus parts. After the main skeleton of the song is ready, the rest is just about being creative and using sound design to enhance the overall song idea.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I have a MacBook Pro 16 with the latest version of Pro Tools and Abelton Live. I program most of the electronic elements. I can also outsource acoustic recordings and hire session musicians from the best studios which have huge live rooms that can multi track 12 tracks. They also have state of the art preamps and analog mastering tools and gear.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I am inspired by the work of Finneas and Charlie Puth. As a classically trained pianist and songwriter my aim was to be self sufficient and be able to produce my own music. I have been able to learn audio engineering and music production from the best Industry professionals in the Indian music scene.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Programming drums, bass lines and synthesisers to produce a pop song that suites their vibe. When working with my clients in the studio I also help them in vocal production and arrangement.