Real Talk with Dj Shaman

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Could you walk us through your creative process as an artist producer? How do you approach the initial stages of a project, from conceptualizing ideas to the final production?

Everything starts from an idea. Next, I draw the beat and develop it. When the arrangement is ready, I listen to it several times at different times. Sometimes I pause it for a while. Depending on the idea, I can invite musicians to play something or sing…

Many artists draw inspiration from various sources. Can you share some of your key influences that have shaped your unique style as a producer? Are there specific artists or genres that have had a significant impact on your work?

The main source of inspiration is travel. 15 years ago I played bass guitar in a pop-jazz orchestra. All ethnic creativity from Mongolia, India, South America, Africa. Songs of the northern peoples. The last one who was inspired by this is Prem Joshua & Band

Collaboration is often a crucial aspect of music production. How do you navigate and foster productive collaborations with other artists, musicians, or even other producers? Can you share a memorable collaboration experience that stands out in your career?

I’m always open to collaborations. One way or another, interaction occurs. We come up with arrangements, hang out))) Sometimes they write to me on Instagram, sometimes I write. We can say that everything happens on its own)))

The music production landscape has evolved rapidly with technological advances. How do you stay updated on the latest tools and software, and how has technology influenced your approach to producing music over the years?

I use the Ableton. I use new plugins in every new track. All this adds zest)) There is also a standard set of tools. Synthesizers, delays, reverb))))

The music industry can be dynamic and challenging. What are some of the most significant challenges you’ve faced as an artist producer, and how have you overcome or navigated through them to continue evolving in your career?

In fact, the main problem is laziness))) But in our business something always happens) there is a constant struggle or game)))

Among all the projects you’ve worked on, is there one that holds a special place in your heart? Could you share the story behind it and why it stands out as a particularly meaningful or rewarding experience for you?

I love every project, there is a piece of me everywhere. I can highlight dj shaman & Plutaya……))))

For aspiring producers looking to make their mark in the industry, what advice would you offer based on your own journey? Are there key lessons or insights you wish you had known when you were starting out?

My main advice is not to be afraid of anything. Take it and do it. Learn Ableton and feel at home in it))))

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