Using a Marvin Gaye track as the source material, rising Sydney producer Kilter employs a classic sampling technique in an unusual way. Using a method more commonly used for making beats and top-lines he instead creates a sample-based bed-layer of textures, and uses that to set up a structural background that the drums and the rest of the song will be built on.
Kilter or, Ned East, is quickly becoming known for his slick and soulful production, recently churning out remixes for RÜFÜS, Snakadaktal, and having the remix favour returned by Flume. This episode was filmed live at our INPUT event in May 2013.
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