Music Producer and Composer

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Orchestral pieces, soundtrack, ghost producer/normal beat, all of that at a reasonable price! I might not be the best, but I might be what you're looking for, so take a listen to what I do. Producer since 2015 and composing since October 2020

My specialization is just making music, there isn't really a style that fits me perfectly, at least, one that I'm aware of.
Most of the time I make sad or depressing songs, my main instruments are piano, synths and pads, expecially pads, even tho I haven't made a lot of stuff with them.

I didn't take any music degree, I just started working knowing nothing and just learning by myself since 2015, and then I started composing on October 2020.

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Interview with Nihhiu

  1. Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?

  2. A: I'm proud of all and everysingle one of my projects, especially the "The Love I Never Got" Album, I've spent 7 days, only 1 week, to come up with 6 melodies that would extend to 10 minutes long songs, and every moment would have a deeper meaning besides all of them having very unique and complex melodies. This Album was a present I wanted to give to my cats, because of how important they are to me, so I wanted to "imortalize" them, so in only 1 week I was able to describe their life and my experience with them in 10 minutes, which I still think it's amazing, I didn't think of anything, yet everything was there.

  3. Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?

  4. A: my college friends like to call me a lot of times as "dj" or "producer", I don't think producer is that bad (I won't even elaborate further how I don't fit, in any way, the "dj" category), but I prefer to be refered as "composer", even if "producer" is the thing that I spent more years, I still prefer "composer"

  5. Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

  6. A: please, be patient, for now I don't have a lot of extra time to work on music, so please be understandable. talk to me like I am a human being, because I am one. and last but not least, I would advise listenning to some of my other works, just to have a general idea of what exactly I make, because I tend to change the style based on how I'm feeling, but I never make anything too different from what was already released.

  7. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  8. A: It's the most basic things, a laptop, piano keyboard (that I sometimes use) and headphones, I don't have enough money for more fancy stuff, but hey, good is the musician not the instrument that he's playing.

  9. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  10. A: I'm working on a little game called "GalaTime" and with some other friends on helping them with their projects, albums and singles.

  11. Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?

  12. A: I will stop lazing around and actually make things faster

  13. Q: What do you like most about your job?

  14. A: how many possibilities I have in my hands to express what I want, and to find out that there are actually people, with lives, with likes, that actually appreciated what I put effort into

  15. Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?

  16. A: what are they looking for, and most detailed as possible, what they pretend to use it for, and maybe if they have listenned to other things I made, the least thing I want is a client that just wasted his money.

  17. Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?

  18. A: I've been doing this since 2015, when I had so much free time, and when I really enjoyed creating new things, so I searched on how to make music, but I was so impatient at that time that I couldn't care less what they were saying, so I rushed, downloaded the DAW and started learning by myself, and I found out what I love to make, and releaves my stress and what makes me the happiest.

  19. Q: How would you describe your style?

  20. A: maybe a style where I want everything to be there, but getting none, that's a long name. but in all seriousness, a very emotional style and focused on the melodies and their evolution throughout the track

  21. Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?

  22. A: There are so many I can't even describe or tell which ones, but my first guess would be C418, he was the one that inspired me to make something totally different from what I used to make, and because almost every one of his musics are a banger, so of course, why wouldn't I want to work with him.

  23. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  24. A: In the moment we are making a piece, we shouldn't always discard it, delete it or overdo it, I learned that most of the times, while I was making music I always felt like that was not good enough, maybe the mixing or the mastering, i don't know, but it wasn't good enough to even release it, and after some days, weeks, or even months, I think that those works are actually really good, and they are exactly what I wanted them to be, so don't give up on one project so easely, wait maybe two days and see if you have the same opinion.

  25. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  26. A: I started working with electronic music, trap specifically, from 2015 to 2019/2020, then I joined a collective and learned how to work and make metal trap, was not really my strongest point, and then, on October 2020 I started working on something just for fun, but in the end it turned out to be my first and biggest project and what made me what I am today, and that project being my first ever album "Nihhiu's Time Castle"

  27. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  28. A: My strongest skill, maybe I would say breathing, I'm really good at producing carbon-deoxyde, but in terms of music, I think it would be at making something simple but good and enjoyable.

  29. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  30. A: All of my work transcribes or a feeling or a story, even if I don't have none of those in mind, it will contain at least one of those, when I make my music, I just let my hands, heart and ears play with what I have, and they have been doing a pretty good job, not going to lie.

  31. Q: What's your typical work process?

  32. A: What I always do is search for an inspiration, or just wait and not even think about it, I can't make proper things under a lot of pressure or when I'm obligated to, I let the day go on it's own, and when the inspiration clicks, that's when I know it's the perfect time to open the DAW and leave all the feelings there. When I open the DAW I always go for the chords, one of the most important parts in every music, it's what gives the music flow, a sensation of movement, a feeling. after creating a pattern, then I go for working with the melody, the main our just the melodies I use in the breaks (usually I start by the main), after I start playing with the different instruments I have and the different ways of rearranging the track, changing the rythm of the chord, the melody, adding some variaty to the melody etc. Then comes the drums, I don't add them always but when I make them, I try not to over do it, they are not really something I take so much attention, but it's always nice to have them sounding calm and good. And this is everything I do to make what I make, step by step

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