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NuSynz Where are you from?


NuSynz: Chatham, Ontario, Canada. What got you into production?


NuSynz: I've always had a passion for music and how it is broken down and made. The way everything syncs together to sound perfect has always sparked an intrest to me. Also hearing other producers on the web made me think whether or not I'd be able to create the music we all love to hear today. Would you consider yourself a beatmaker or producer, and why?


NuSynzI would consider myself a producer mainly because I'm not resricted to one genre. I like to step outside of the box to produce something that no one has heard before. It's easy to mimic a style, it's harder to create your own. What programs and equipment do you typically use when producing?


NuSynzI mainly use 2 programs for production. FL Studio and Studio One. I use FL Studio to construct my sounds, melodies, drum patterns, etc. Than I render everything down, no layout, just everything together in WAV format for mixing in Studio One. As far as equipment I use my M-Audio Oxygen 49Keys. It's very easy to use and everything is right there for you. How long does it usually take you to make a beat?


NuSynzIt varies to be completely honest. It all depends on the complexity of the beat and if I've produced that style previously. Shortest amount of time I'd have to say about 6 hours. That includes everything from start to finish. Longest I've taken up to date is about 18 hours give or take. The more complex it is, the longer it will take. What part of the production process do you find the most challenging?


NuSynzI would have to say the melody. I can make drum patterns out the a$$. I like to start with the melody just to get it out of the way so I can move on to those drums. But making the perfect melody, I find is the hardest because it's what makes the song differ from all the other ones out there. What led to your style of production?


NuSynzEverything. Every sound is music to me. I try to take everything that I hear and put it to a beat, for an example, a dripping fosset. Add the beat and a soft melody and you'll have a nice R&B track. Everything molded itself to create my style. How do you think you differ from other producers?


NuSynz: I can't stay on one genre. I like all styles of music so I try to produce it. One day I could be producing a Trey Songz beat and the next beat I make is 2 Chainz. I have no limits where some producers stay in their comfort zone. Who influenced your style?


NuSynz: Honestly, Me. If I don't push myself everyday to perfect my style, I would be copying someone else. What piece of software and hardware could you not live without?


NuSynz: My keyboard and FL Studio. Dead or alive, who would be your dream collaboration?


NuSynzI would have to say either Dr. Dre or Zaytoven. Both really hot producers that have been in the game for a long time. What's the most successful or highest point in your career?


NuSynz: At this point, having the opportunity to produce for Project Pat. There are other higher points that I'm unable to discuss at this point in time. What projects are you currently working on and what can we expect from you in 2016?


NuSynzCurrently working on various projects. Again they are in the works and can not be discussed at this time. You can expect me "NuSynz" to be on many tracks to come. Major and Indie tracks. Any Final Shout-Outs?


NuSynzI'd have to give a shoutout to EGM ( Elite Global Management) for promoting my work all over social media as well as a fellow producer "ThisIsFame". Expect more content from the both of us.


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