I'm Casper Tromp, seasoned jazz and funk keyboard player (10+ years experience) and also electronic music producer with 8 Australian #1 ARIA Club Chart hits. Expert in jazz, house, piano & Rhodes, Analog Synths, Soft-synths.
Casper Tromp is a keyboard player and music producer based in Sydney, Australia. He’s a jazz piano graduate from the Conservatorium of Amsterdam (2012).
The last 10 years Casper has spent gigging and touring as a session keyboard player. He enjoys playing lots of different types of music – jazz, r&b, funk, electronics, house – on piano, Rhodes, organ or analog synthesisers or anything in between.
He also writes, produces and mixes for various projects and, would love to help you get your music to the next level!
Send me an email through 'Contact' button above and I'll get back to you asap.
2 ReviewsEndorse Casper Tromp
This is my first time working with Casper and is was a wonderful experience. He knew exactly what was required to bring my song to another level. We had great communication and discussions throughout the project and he went above and beyond with the finished product. Thanks again mate.
Way to go Casper. Dialed up the sounds and the mood very quickly, just the solo lift I was looking for. Super easy to work with - highly recommended. I'll be back in touch!
Interview with Casper Tromp
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: R&B, House, Disco, Nu-Soul, Jazz
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Whatever the song needs to make it stronger!
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: 1) I listen to the track and any references and evaluate what it needs, check in with the client. 2) Create a draft - I lay down parts quite quickly. At this stage I can consult (if desired) if I'm on the right track. 3) I'll polish up the session and bounce stems!
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Mac-based home studio (treated room) with lots of keyboards (see about)! Computer: Mac Mini i7 6 core 64GB Ram Interface: Apogee Element 88 Speakers: Focal Shape 65 Headphones: Audeze LCD1
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: - Record keyboard parts - piano, rhodes, organ, strings, synths. - Tidy up and/or replay parts, or re-track on analog. - Vocal production - Mixing