Tomasz Lukowicz qui a signé un album d'Indus Ambiant touchant ces derniers jours chez Aliens Production avec son projet Fractal a bien voulu prendre le temps de répondre à quelques questions autour de notre principe des kitchen notes.
Il me tarde d'entendre le prochain album.
Tomasz Lukowicz who signed a touching Indus Ambiant release on Aliens Production these last days with his Fractal project took the time to answer a few questions around our Kitchen Notes principles.
Can't wait to ear next work from him.
Gears and software
What gears/software did you use for this album ?I'm working on Ableton Live and I'm happy, I think it's the best for ambient music.
I also use various plugins such as kontakt, alchemy, battery, dune 3, and extra ableton package3.
I use a lot of effects, delay, reverb, and a lot of glitch efx. the end result is important to me, I just have to be happy.
What would be your main writing/composing method ? Do you start classical rythm/bassline then arrange around it ? Do you already have structure in mind ? Do you improvise, record sessions then select ?
What is your most painful / enjoyable step in track production ? Sound design, arrangement, mixing, mastering ?
Definitely the best moment is the arrangement of the songs, sometimes it takes a short time and sometimes it takes a few days for one track. One sound can inspire me to make a new song. the best time to make music is autumn and winter.
Worst moment is mixing because every song has a lot of dirty and high frequencies so it takes time to achieve. I wish someone would do it for me, but it's not that simple.