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Artist of the Week: Romain Good Talks About his Massive Bass Track

Romain Good, our artist of the week, a talented and clever up-and-coming bass producer, has recently released an extremely technical track labeled ‘Bagheera' that will surely make its rounds this Summer at a Bass stage near you.

We recently got a chance to sit down with the young producer and pick his brain a bit and learned more about his creative process, showing us that production isn't all just about modulating synths and mastering tracks, but more of a road to enlightenment and sometimes, a little bit of help from your pet cat.

“I was a huge fan of Marshmello's release in 2015, ‘Find Me', and that has really been a big influence for me. I love implementing solid musical theory into my track and focus on progressions in the breakdowns, but ULTIMATELY, want the brutal parts to hit very hard.”

After learning more about the way Romain really focuses on creating music through harmonies, melodies, and skillfully designed synths, he let us in on a bit of good-luck that happened to him while creating this track.

“I was working on a new remix, which was already completed in f sharp minor, and i was just fixing the bassline but couldn't quite get it right. During this, my cat, bagheera, jumped on my midi controller and played two notes at the same time, f sharp and c sharp. This sparked and idea that simply adding a third note, a, jumped immediately to my mind, and thus, my new track titled bagheera, was born.”

Inspiration can come from just about anywhere when working in the production world, even if it comes from your feline companion jumping on your keyboard or MIDI controller. We hope you enjoy this record as much as we did! Be sure to follow Romain Good, our EDMsauce.com Artist of the week on Soundcloud, Facebook, and all other social media below!

https://www.facebook.com/RomainGood/

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