Unconventional, vibrant, and undoubtedly creative productions canvas Aron Enoch's extensive musical catalog. From lush, glitched-out productions in the comedy-pop duo Le Snake, to glamorous bubblegum atmospheres with regular client & pop princess RYL0 or punk rock infused techno tracks for web-celeb Saturnultra, Aron does it all with style.
Aron Enoch is a music producer and musical artist operating in Boston Massachusetts, currently offering full production services, mixing and vocal editing, instrument tracking, features and remixes. Working primarily as one half of comedy-pop duo Le Snake, or DJ-ing/remixing under the moniker DJ Re:Code, Aron's unconventional production style and vibrant vocal melodies create bright soundscapes abundant with creative flair that always stand out from the crowd. Aron currently works between their 2 separate studio spaces, one equipped with keyboards, guitars, and portable recording equipment for songwriting and production, and an acoustically treated mixing lab complete with 500 series preamps and a Neumann TLM102 microphone and 88 key weighted keyboard for larger projects.
Aron specializes in the "hyperpop" sound, a production style lush with glitchy bubblegum infused melodies, bright explosive synthesizer riffs, and trap-infused pop production techniques. However, Aron is well versed in a variety of genres, ranging from pop-rock, alternative, EDM and trance, and hip-hop and PBR&B. Having worked with numerous artists on a massive assortment of tracks, Aron's skills have little restrictions and many genres can be accomodated and given creative flair.
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Interview with Aron Enoch
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Be creative! I work best with a client who is not afraid to break a genre norm and experiment - I'll help you find the perfect sound for YOU.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I have been working exclusively on music for around 10 years - since I was very young I have always worked on music and in my teens I decided for it to be my primary focus, and only have increased my output and experience over the past few years having entered the pop/hyperpop arena.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Communication - I am always clear, concise, and foster an effective working relationship with my clients. I always make sure that the goals and wants of collaborators and clients are mutually understood, and that the finished product was formed through a formulated collection of ideas and not a cold and calculated email conversation.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I bring a wide array of inspirations and unique perspectives to any song I work on - I try to never allow genre conventions to take control and welcome experimentation and new directions in songwriting. I have been heavily inspired by genres typically seen as disconnected from the pop/hyperpop/trap genres I tend to work in, such as hardcore and Nu-Metal, IDM, Trip-Hop, folk, R&B and Soul. Being an artist as well as a producer allows me to infuse my production works with my color and flair, something not all producers strive for. I will never let a song be boring or uninspired, period.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I have 2 separate studio spaces I use for different production tasks. One studio space is furnished with portable gear, such as an Arturia Keylab 49, a Presonus ioStation24c, and a portable rack mounted computer system to write music anywhere I need to go. The second is an acoustically treated mixing space, complete with upholstered acoustic panels, a rackmounted Focusrite preamp system combined 500 series preamps, an 88 key weighted midi controller, and a Neumann TLM102 microphone with isolated backing to ensure isolated recording and mixing environments. I also bring vintage gear between both studios for interesting songwriting combinations, such as an Korg MS-10, an AKAI S5000 sampler, and cassette recorders for samples.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Many of my production icons happen to be friends and past collaborators, such as Luvox, Alice Gas and Andrew Goes to Hell, but I take huge inspirational cues from classic producers from the past. The Prodigy, Massive Attack, DJ Sammy, Aphex Twin, Justice, Daft Punk, and Rob Dougan to name a few. I also am very inspired by new-wave electronic producers, such as Cashmere Cat, Dylan Brady, Umru, and Fraxiom.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I am most often doing production work for clients, ranging from full song production (instrumental writing and recording, mixing and vocal editing, and sometimes songwriting) to beat sales with licensing.