I've worked on unreleased music by Sean Paul. I've worked in the the studio with Shontelle (Grammy & BRIT nominee), Spilt Milk Society (8,000,000+ Spotify Streams) 13+ years experience in live music. 7+ years experience in music production. I specialise in creating TRAP beats in my fresh new sound, or a style you love.
13+ years of musical experience across genres including Classical, Orchestral, Jazz, Indie rock, Alternative, EDM, Hip Hop, Pop, Electronic and Trap means I offer INNOVATIVE and QUALITY music.
What I DO:
* Create trap beats in my own style, or in any style you like
* Deliver individual track stems.
* Deliver WAV and/or MP3 files of your track
* Other genres
* Give 100% of my energy and enjoyment
What I DON'T do:
* Mix and Master - I give you the individual stems and you can get them mixed and mastered (with your vocals) by a top professional engineer.
* You explain your vision and/or give me reference tracks
* I make the beat
* You love it, or
* We revise it with up to 3 sets of revisions.
If for what ever reason you are unsatisfied, I commit to giving you a full refund.
Additional Terms & Conditions:
* 5% of track royalties. If you want to buy the beat out right we can come to an agreement.
* 1 beat for $200
* 2 beats for $350 (Better value)
* 3 beats for $450 (Best value)
Message me now and let's start. :)
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11 ReviewsEndorse Vidorra
Made an awesome house track with this dude. Really fast responses, very professional and always happy to work towards whatever you'd like. Super lovely to work with, I'd recommend anyone and everyone to work with him!
Easily the BEST producer and human being I know! His talent is out of this world and DEFINITELY will continue working with him in the very near future.
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Vidorra was amazing to work with. Extremely talented producer, who knows what he wants. Very knowledgeable about the process. Made my job fun and easy! Go check out his amazing music!
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Vidorra has an amazing voice. His skills in sound production are also very high. I had much fun mixing and mastering his song. We have found pretty much in common in regards to style and approach to making music, so overall it was a cool collaboration that we both enjoyed very much. I believe Vidorra can provide marvellous, beautiful and professionally produced vocals for any others tracks as well.
Fantastic producer and vocalist, we’ve worked on a few tracks together. Can vibe with any artist and works across the genres - always puts in 110%
I've worked with Vidorra many times in the past and I think very highly of him as an artist and producer as well as a friend.
We have worked on various projects together and it has always been a joyful process.
I have nothing but good to say and I wish him all the very best!
I've worked with Vidorra in a variety of musical capacities and never once has his ability or confidence faltered. Not only has he maintained a quality level of musical output, but has helped guide me into becoming a better musician and producer myself. Every project that we have worked on has been improved due to his involvement, and I know that anything Vidorra is involved with in the future with will be blessed by the same genius approach that he always brings.
Beyond this, the man's capability on live instruments such as drums, saxophone and vocals doesn't come to a surprise - brilliant.
Vidorra produced by song titled “Nahdi.” He took the beat that I originally used and reconstructed it into a masterpiece. He’s a pure genius at music production
A master, pioneer and credible legend.
I first contacted Viddy maybe three/four years ago now. He remains the sole reason why I still make music, not because I have to, because he made me believe In myself when no other musician did.
We’ve put out a couple of songs in past couple of years, he embraces your creativity and doesn’t dictate it. The definition of a true artist, I’ve tried working with many people in my six years of making music. No one comes close to Viddora. Always up for trying something creative, has always been there to help me along the way and I owe a whole lot to you.
Vidorra is one of the most creative and out of the box producers I've ever worked with. Kid is 🔥🔥🔥🔥 I would highly recommend working with him. He'll bring things out of you that you didn't know were even there.
I’ve been engineering for THE Viddy Vidster for over a year now. He remains my best client in terms of sheer creativity and knowledge on music production and audio engineering, which makes my job easier - but getting to know him personally has made our creative process very special! He possesses otherworldly ambition and work ethic, a desire to constantly reinvent his sound, a concise awareness of his image, and the kind of philosophical mindset you'll only encounter few times in your lifetime. You’ll love working with Vidorra!
Interview with Vidorra
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: My first collaboration with Mickey Shiloh, 'M.I.A'. She recorded on a track that didn't make the final cut. I took a flute melody I had from an additional track, and built a 3rd track around the flute melody and Mickey's vocals. The song was mixed and mastered by Kevin Grainger (Grammy nominee for 'Losing It' by FISHER), and featured on prestigious music publications such as 'Record of the Day' and 'Music Week'. It's one of my most popular songs. I'm super grateful to be a part of people enjoying music.
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: Anonymous projects.
Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
A: Mickey Shiloh is a great vocalist I have worked with her multiple times over the past 5 years.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: I started with digital and still use it. It's convenient and sounds amazing. I've used analog briefly but I can't comment too much. I've never needed to use it.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I will really listen to you as the client. My job is to use all my musical capabilities to deliver for you.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Collaborating and seeing a vision come to life beyond what the client and I could have imagined.
Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
A: "Can you make a song like this?" The answer is yes.
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: That trap beat producers cannot be virtuosic musicians.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: Do you have track references, and how much do you want me to reference them / are there any specific things about these tracks you want me to reference? Can you use words to describe any feelings, styles or vibes you want to incorporate? What is your overall vision for this beat in the context of your project? Do you want me to surprise you and go off script at all?
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Give me all the detail you want to about what you want. It can never too little, and it can never be too much. It's important you share with me what feels right. Some clients want to give many track references, and lots of vision detail, others just want to be surprised.
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: My monitors, my audio interface, my laptop, my keyboard and my mic. That's pretty much all I use now and I'm thrilled, it's a trip.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I have 13+ years of musical experience across genres including Classical, Orchestral, Jazz, Indie rock, Alternative, EDM, Hip Hop, Pop, Electronic and Trap. I have 7+ years music production experience, inspired by artists like Swedish House Mafia and the euphoric EDM culture. I grew up listening to Hip Hop on MTV particularly, so from the off I was into fusing EDM and Hip Hop.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Innovative trap beats. Something you know and love, taken further.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Travis Scott because his live performance energy really matches the EDM culture, and festivals like Tomorrowland, and I think we could make something that would cross into both worlds and expose new and grateful audiences.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Experiment like there's no right answer, take it super wide and far away from what is normal, and then whip the ideas back to centre, to get an innovative yet commercial track.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Anything beat based, and electronic. Trap is my speciality due to the sheer enjoyment and amount of time I have spent producing in this genre.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I can squeeze all the juice out of an idea, and ideas come super quick. Never really experienced "producer's block". Making music is my favourite thing to do.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: 7+ intense years of music production, 13+ years of musical instrument experience, youthful energy, and a lot of enjoyment.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Really meditating on the idea that we're trying to blossom. Using the references that the client has provided closely, and just listening to the client, gauging what they want and taking that beyond expectations.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I work on a semi white semi circular table so I can have my monitors (speakers) and laptop in front of me, and keyboard to the side of me. I use Logic Pro X on a MacBook Pro with LOADS of additional software, including Native Instruments, Waves, Celemony, and more, and samples (I've been collecting samples for years from other producers and I'm an avid Splice user). Check out my gear highlights section in my profile for hardware.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: - Diplo's involvement in many styles. - Mura Masa's unique take on music. - Young Thug's vocals and how they developed into a special sound.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: A client comes to me with a track idea, a certain vibe they want to capture using track references, or they just want me to create something special for them. Any of the above I can do.