I hope you have already made your main picture of me based on my music? Because from experience, I’m really much better at making music than writing about it. If you are still interested in learning more about me as a person and musician, I would be happy to tell you something about me and my career.
I’m 22 years old and, therefore, still at the beginning of the whole journey – but in March 2020, after 8 years of intensive music-making, I thought that I’m ready to use my talents to gain a foothold in the Swiss music industry and launched my website. Often I was told by those around me that my music had that “catchy tune” effect that is so hard to achieve. Since music is not a means of mere self-expression for me, I would like to use this talent (which, by the way, I have furthered by learning classical music theory for 3 years) also in productions of other musicians.
In my opinion, the individuality of a song decides how popular it really becomes. No, we don’t have to slam 30 complicated chord sequences into your song to achieve this individuality.
When I wasn’t making music, I often sat down with social psychology and the human being. And even at my tender young age, I can say with absolute conviction, based on many experiences with people: every person – including you who are reading this text – carries this individuality within him or herself. I don’t think about how I can make a song sound “individual.” It is much more important to me to get to know the musician and to assess what is important to him/her to be able to reproduce his/her true “I” musically – at a quality standard that is common for the modern music market.
If you were expecting to read about my numerous graduations from music schools here, I must disappoint you. I was far too busy listening to or making music to be able to attend a school for that. I had 2-3 lessons with Florian Götze (Department of Noise), worked together with Daniel Milert (R&M, audio engineer), and of course, with all the talented singers from my environment. These contacts confirmed to me that there is simply no right or wrong in music. Especially for me as a composer and producer. Knowledge of music theory certainly accelerates the process of composing, which is why I learned a lot on my own. For the more technical aspect of music including mixing, mastering and even the musicvideo, I always trust in my network – which I gladly make available to every musician who works with me.