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Producer / United States

Q&A / florrify

What or who inspired you to start making music?

  • When I was growing up, I used to watch Andrew Huang a lot. His videos inspired me to start experimenting in music. I got into 'found sound production' through him as well. To this day, almost all of my ambience is recorded by hand during my travels.

What is your creative process like when making music?

  • It's the closest you can get to pure chaos. When an idea hits me, the race is on to get that idea translated into song format. My project files are disorganized for the longest time until they become so confusing that I have to organize them. Other times, I just noodle around until I find a sound, melody, or drum pattern that gets me inspired.

What is your favorite season and why?

  • This, I'm sure, will come as no surprise, but like many, Fall is my favorite season. The weather is nice, the colors are nice, and hot cocoa starts to taste even better.

What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?

  • "Failure is the greatest teacher." This phrase changed the way I look at a lot of things. The act of failing or making mistakes is one of the healthiest things I think a person can do for anything. It's what makes us better ourselves, and evidently, it's what makes us human.

Aside from lofi/chill beats, what is your favorite music genre?

  • I actually don't have a favorite genre! A lot of music I listen to is just too unique to even place it into a category. One of my biggest musical inspirations, not necessarily for lofi but for life in general, is 'Tennyson.' If you don't already know of him, his music is what I would describe simply as 'beautiful.' Intricate production, meticulous detail, and no small amount of heart.

How would you describe your music to someone who has never heard it before?

  • I endeavor to capture a feeling or a story within my music. I really try to weave a meaning into whenever I write, and my hope is that listeners can grasp that thread too. You'll also find plenty of ear candy and textures because I love that stuff! I tend to feature piano in almost all my tracks, and often, my grandfather's acoustic guitar as well. Fun fact: The fret board is so old that I often have to tune each guitar note manually after I've recorded!

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