I recently completed the second sound library in my “Textures” series. This one acts as an acoustic canvas and prepares an interesting sound rich base to design different acoustic projections. All of the included sounds I created specifically for this sound pack and have not appeared or been used anywhere else.
“Textures” is a sound library that I’ve created during Winter 2021. It is a carefully selected collection of cinematic and evolving sounds that can be easily incorporated into your work, but they are primarily intended as a starting point for your own creative process like a painter’s palette of colors. All included sounds were produced for this sound library and have not been used on any of my releases before.
The Berlin-based musician and label owner Głós has created his own Non-Print label in recent years, whose music builds bridges between bed and club. Since I have been dealing with this approach for a long time, it was interesting to exchange ideas personally. J: Can you tell us a little
After a promising start to 2020 with performances in Israel, an Affin showcase in Berlin, my first guest performance at Tresor West and a gig in Kiev, the situation changed dramatically in March. For months, no gigs were possible at all. The Art Bei Ton party in September therefore had a special character. Here is the recording of my set.
Speaking with the the Polish DJ and producer Blazej Malinowski about his plans to start his own label
Memories are something nice, and recorded memories are even more beautiful … here you can hear an alcohol-soaked part of my set from the last Affin showcase, for everyone who wasn’t there … Label showcases are always something special and so this was a cool event of the still very young year 2020. Thanks to Art Bei Ton, who gave us the framework, thanks also to everyone who found the way to the Suicide Club Berlin.
I was super happy being able to include him on our upcoming Affinity 3 vinyl. A Sacred Geometry is an amazing sound designer and label owner, based in Berlin
“17 years are between the first big exclamation point of Joachim Spieth his debut album Vanishing Point and the Irradiance LP from last year. Spieth links forgotten narrative strands to a satisfying conclusion for the time being only to serve the next cliffhanger.
Irridance is also special because the 8 tracks were the first ever on Spieth’s label Affin Ltd. and then, after 6 years of strong EPs, pull something like a first interim conclusion…”
An interview with the Italian producer Dino Sabatini about his studio setup and his work
One of the most influential persons I got in touch in the last years. Gio from Artefacts Mastering shaped my thoughts about how to produce music like no other and with this interview he reveals some facts about mastering and mixdown.