Recording from the two day session with Fedele, in which he took us through a lot of his unreleased material, digging into his tips and sharing unique techniques to shape your sound.
Day 1: Defining your workflow
- Build your own sound: collecting and organizing your project, samples, plugins, and patches.
- Creative process: going through different ways to compose a track
- Discover the hidden sound that surrounds you
Day 2: Mixing tips
- Shaping sounds (diving a little into the sound design)
- Layering to make your sound more interesting/complex
- When you think your track is done ( the never-ending story )
Originally from Bari, Italy, Fedele Ladisa is part of the emerging wave of DJ producers who are eager to explore new territories of electronic music and one of the three minds behind the already acclaimed Italian outfit Agents of time. Since his youth, when he learned how to play instruments such as piano and violin, music has always been his passion.
In 2006, he entered the universe of DJing and started performing in different clubs around Italy. With Hip Hop, R’N’B, Soul, and Nu-Disco music as initial backgrounds, he soon developed an ever-growing and free-spirited interest in House and Techno’s unpredictable variety of soundscapes. His penchant for electronic music led him to master the universe of synthesizer techniques and drum machines and to start creating his own productions.
Following an enthusiastic debut on the American label Undulate, he further enriched his ongoing solo career with the creation of the ambitious project Agents of Time. A new journey, which led him to perform at internationally recognized festivals as well as infamous clubs around the globe and to receive massive support from the likes of Tale of Us, Dixon, Tiga, Agoria, John Digweed, Stephan Bodzin, and Miss Kittin.
Driven by devotion for the underground pioneers and a yearning for forward-thinking sounds, Fedele’s own DJ sets herald a stream of compelling and emotive beats and textures, always irrespective of the preconceived mainstream inclinations.