“I don’t know how to be someone other than myself”
This week on the Finish More Music Podcast we’re joined by Daniel Dubb!
Self-admitted house music purist, the Canadian virtuoso can count a who’s who of electronic music as his fans, with the likes of Steve Lawler, Joris Voorn, Danny Howells, Nic Fanciulli and Lee Burridge being noted supporters of his productions and DJ sets.
Having released on labels such as Rejected, Saved, 8Bit, Viva, Plastic City, Toolroom, as well as his own label DV8, Daniel is well-versed in the inner workings of the music industry. In this episode Daniel imparts some valuable insider knowledge, and lends us a unique insight into both the light and the dark sides of the world of underground music.
From creating networks in the music industry, to reflections on the impact of social media, to things to watch out for as an up-and-coming artist, this week’s episode is packed full of useful tips to help you get ahead, and be prepared for some of the forks along the road.
Not only is he a DJ, producer, and label owner, Daniel is also an accomplished mix engineer, and discusses some of his simple but highly effective mixdown hacks to give your tracks that added touch, plus some trusted methods for getting in the zone in the studio.
Daniel’s chart-topping success and years of experience in the music industry, plus a tireless work ethic and deep commitment to his craft, make it no surprise that there’s a TON of great tips for you to takeaway inside this week’s podcast.
What will you take from it?
- Be curious. Be studious.
- Support those around you who are supportive of you.
- Be wary of offering out your skills for exposure alone.
- Don’t rush to release your tracks – allow yourself the time to evaluate them.
- “When you finish a track, sit on it for a week or two…a week is not gonna kill your release schedule, or stop a label from signing it. The only thing it’s going to do is benefit you in making sure that you are 100% satisfied with the product that you are about to send”
- “I don’t know how to be someone other than myself”
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