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Perspectives From a New House Music Producer - with IMGADSDEN

Episode Summary

In this episode, Stephanie shares her journey in the house music scene, from discovering the genre to starting her own mix series and getting into production. She discusses the Montreal house music scene and the diversity of styles within it. Stephanie also talks about her influences, learning production through online courses and YouTube channels, and the challenges and rewards of promoting tracks and labels. She reflects on the representation of women in music production and shares her plans for future projects and growth in the industry. Stephanie discusses her preference for connecting with an audience through DJing and producing music. She also talks about her day job in visual effects for films and the challenges of balancing work and music projects. We discuss thoughts on the pressure of social media and the importance of finding joy in music making.

 

IMGADSDEN Links

https://www.instagram.com/imgadsden/

https://soundcloud.com/imgadsdenmusic

https://www.traxsource.com/artist/783835/imgadsden

 

Housepedia Music

https://soundcloud.com/housepediamusic

 

Takeaways

  • The Montreal house music scene is diverse, with various styles and genres being played.
  • Learning production takes time and experimentation, and it's important to seek feedback and learn from others.
  • Promoting tracks and labels requires building credibility and trust within the industry.
  • Representation of women in music production is still limited, but there are talented female producers making their mark.
  • The journey of a producer is ongoing, with continuous learning and growth. Connecting with an audience can be achieved through DJing and producing music.
  • Balancing a day job and creative projects can be challenging.
  • Visual effects for films is a demanding profession that requires working on a computer all day.
  • SoundCloud is a popular platform for sharing mix series.
  • The pressure of social media can be stressful, but it's important to focus on enjoying the music-making process.
  • Social media platforms can limit the reach of posts, making alternative formats like podcasts more appealing.
  • Finding joy in music making and sharing that joy with others is a central philosophy for many artists.

 

 

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Tony Fuel is a Minnesota-based house music producer. He also helps house music artists with productivity and music entrepreneurship.

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