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Legendary superproducer Mike Dean has been shaping the sound of hip-hop for more than 30 years, praised for his work with artists like Beyoncé, Kanye West, Travis Scott, Scarface and Madonna. From writing standout synth leads and explosive bass lines to engineering final mixes, his genius is heard throughout some of the greatest rap records of all time. Watch "The Eighth Night" here Now, for the first time in Dean’s career, his solo work will see the spotlight. This Monday, April 20th, the 28-track instrumental mixtape – befittingly titled 4:20—will be available to stream or purchase. Sonically, it’s everything you would expect and more from the veteran sound architect: larger-than-life bass, booming drums, and memorable melodies flawlessly arranged to take you on a journey through Dean’s world of electronic music mastery. The mixtape, almost entirely comprised of the music Dean has created during his popular Instagram Live performances over the past few weeks of isolation, is a testament to the power of creativity in these uncertain times. Earlier this year, the Grammy-winning producer invited Moog Music into his LA home studio to capture the making of what would become “The Eighth Night,” a standout track included in the release. Watch Dean flex his production prowess by building an opus using sounds created with only one instrument: the Moog Grandmother. Every 808-style kick, bassline, lead, and Yeezus-style distortion comes from this instrument recorded in a single session. Since picking up his Micromoog in 1989, Moog synthesizers have always been a staple of Mike Dean’s production arsenal. Dean has been collaborating with Moog Music since 2016 when he spent a weekend writing a track at the legendary synth company’s factory in Asheville, North Carolina. Its employees have witnessed Dean’s artistry firsthand as he wrote and recorded synth anthems “Grande Faucon” and “Three Jewels”—and now “The Eighth Night”. Last month, Dean kicked off Moog’s ongoing “Synthesize Live” series, where artists take over Moog’s Instagram account to perform live music and share synth knowledge for electronic music fans everywhere during this time of social distancing.
2019 var ett bra år för mig där mycket av musiken jag jobbade på släpptes. Dessutom släpptes det mesta på fysiska skivor. (In English at the bottom of the page). En av anledningarna till att jag verkligen uppskattar mitt jobb, är att jag får möjligheten att fysiskt hålla den färdiga produkten i min hand efter att tillsammans med banden lagt ner allt arbete. Jag ville egentligen visa fler skivor i videon, men den blev alldeles för lång. Om du vill höra mer så har jag även knåpat ihop en playlist på Spotify (under videon här) med en mer omfattande portfolio. Nedan är min playlist på Spotify ENGLISH A sonic recap of 2019 2019 was a good year for me where a lot of the music I worked on actually got released. Most of it even got released of physical records. One of the reasons that I love being in this line of work, is that I get to hold the finished product in my hand after all the hard work me and the bands put into it. I really wanted to show more releases in the video, but it got too long. If you want to hear more I made a Spotify playlist (above) where you can get a more extensive portfolio. Ulf Blomberg Producer & Audio engineer +46709184758 | www.hoborec.com Se fler video-bloggar på Studio från april 2017 och tidigare här