Q: What Is Your Producer Name?
A: Eden Beatz Inc.
Q: Where are you from?
Q: What made you decide that you wanted to start making music?
A: I learned to play the piano as a child. Even then I knew exactly that I wanted to produce my own music. So, I bought a computer and Logic Pro.
Q: What DAW program did you start on and why?
A: I tried a few DAW programs, but finally settled on Logic Pro.
This is mainly because I play in various bands and can therefore also record instruments well.
Q: When you first started producing, what was the ultimate goal?
A: The ultimate goal was to produce music that was as close as possible to the music of my role models in terms of quality.
Q: What is your personal opinion on the current state of the producer community?
A: I feel like in the social media age there are many helpful blogs, tutorials, etc. out there. In this respect, it is not too difficult to make new contacts in the producer community. Nevertheless, it seems to me that at the end of the day many producers are primarily concerned with their own benefit, which I think is a bit of a shame. You can learn something from pretty much everyone and the exchange is also very inspiring - at least for me that's how it is.
Q: What is the biggest lesson that you learned from past mistakes?
A: "Big names" say nothing about whether a producer keeps his word - even with such people there are people who ask for money, but then deliver nothing.
I think it's more important to work with motivated, inspired people, regardless of whether they are (already) a name in the community.
Q: What advice would you give to upcoming music producers?
A: Believe in yourself and make it a point to keep developing yourself. Don't expect too much from the start. If you go your way and put a lot of work and love into your music, your time will come. Don't get too blinded by social media.
Q: What makes you a hot producer?
A: I invest a lot of time and love in my music and attach great importance to the smallest details.
I have a good feeling for melodies and the moods they can trigger.
I look forward to working with other emerging producers and artists. As well as established producers and artists from the community from every corner of the world.