Having begun his career in the clubs of Germany in the 90s, Martin Buttrich has gone on to become one of electronic music’s most prolific producers. He’s worked with Depeche Mode, Roger Sanchez and Kelis, plus he’s remixed Madonna, Green Velvet and Tori Amos, which earned him a Grammy nomination. On teaming up with Loco Dice, he co-founded the revered Desolat Music record label in 2007, which is now home to Guti, Shlomi Aber and Dubfire. To celebrate twenty years in the game, Martin is in the middle of his landmark 9414 tour which sees him playing shows with Timo Maas, Carl Craig and Pete Tong plus may more.
In our latest production interview, we talk to Martin Buttrich about all aspects of his music production and DJ sets. If you’re interested in learning more about mixing and mastering your own tracks, you need to take our Music Production Logic Pro Diploma. It’s got everything you need to take your production up a gear, and is delivered by our instructors who have worked with artists such as Chemical Brothers, Steve Angello, Massive Attack, Klaxons and Pharrell Williams. Find out more about the course here.
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