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Interview With DPisuwitme Productions

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How would you describe your production style?


“I would describe my production style as versatile, but I focus a lot on soulful trap and rap sounds with the piano keys and heavy drums. While focusing on core driven melodies. Using the piano is one of my favorite instruments, because when I start with the keys, I get a nice rhythm going and that allows me to build around the production.”
What is the first album you owned?
“I’m a big fan of No Limit  and Silkk the Shocker: Charge It 2 Da Game was my first album ever purchased from a record store called Peaches. FYI No Limit had the best material when it comes to their album covers.”
 How do you prepare before finding an instrument? 
“My preparation for finding an instrument starts in my head because I can be thinking about sounds and whatever I’m humming and that takes me to the sound that I’m trying to achieve.”
What’s a song that has been stuck in your head these days?
“A song that’s been stuck in my head for years is Still in Love by Troop.”
Who’s your favorite artist? 
“My favorite artist, that’s a good question, If I had to narrow it down to one it would be Trick Daddy.”
Tell us about the first song you made. Was it a success or a failure?
“The first song I’ve ever done was alright, but comparing it to what I have now I definitely have improved over time, but my biggest challenge was trying to figure out how to work the DAW. I started out using beatmakers on my iPad and it was a challenge but eventually I mastered it. I wouldn’t consider it a failure because we all have to start from somewhere.”
What is the story behind your music?
“Music has been a part of my life from day one but I started taking it seriously over three years ago because I just knew that this is what I love doing and before I would treat it like a hobby until it turned into a part time job. I started watching videos, doing research, and just studying the game by watching some of the greatest producers to ever do it. Now I’m at a point where I don’t miss a day without working on my craft when it comes to productions and I’m still learning because if you have a question somebody will have an answer for you.”
If you could pick one or the other, what would you choose, the money or the fame?
“Money pays the bills and fame brings too much attention. In the world we live in you really have no control but I just want to work with others and try to live a normal life.”
If you could go back in time or in the future, which one would you choose and why?
 
“If I could go back in the past I would have asked more questions to get answers because information is better than education”

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