Need a reason to work with me? - I've gathered a cult following and millions of streams - My track is in the official soundtrack in Rocket League - Released with leading EDM labels (Monstercat, Ophelia, Subsidia) - Appeared on BBC Radio 1, Shaq's Bass All-Stars, Spotify's Bass Arcade, PlayStation's Paladins x Monstercat - 120.000+ Monthly listeners
Under my music project called Caster I have quickly captivated the interests of many fans with my haunting sound, blending bass music with the horror genre and bringing modern take on witchcraft. I was originally one of the founding members of the melodic dubstep group Abandoned, but after feeling creatively limited, I decided to split off and began the Caster project.
In just a short span of time under Caster I have accumulated millions of plays, even gaining the attention of leading EDM artists such as Excision and Seven Lions, as I continue to release music on their respective labels: Subsidia Records and Ophelia Records as well as other renown labels like Monstercat, New Dawn, GRVDNCR, and Theracords.
My recordings have been played live on many music festivals, including Ultra Music Festival 2022, Lost Lands, Beyond Wonderland and more.
My music also appeared on:
• Official soundtrack in the video game "Rocket League"
• Many radio stations & shows including BBC Radio 1, Illenium's "Phoenix Radio" and Monstercat's "Call Of The Wild"
• Official Spotify playlists such as "Bass Arcade"
• Official PlayStation (Sony) playlist "Paladins x Monstercat"
• Shaq's Bass All-Stars Radio (Shaquille O'Neal)
I have also worked for other music acts such as:
• Co-production for Satellite Empire's "Zeroth" EP
• Mixing & mastering for Mantis
• Mixing & mastering for BVLVNCE
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4 ReviewsEndorse Paul Szeligowski
Paul is an absolute legend of a producer and engineer. You can feel good sending him stems, his turn arounds are wicked quick as well. Best I've worked with on Soundbetter, probably ever.
If you are reading this and are thinking yes, its definitely a yes.
I have had the pleasure of not only working directly with Paul on original musical composition, but also enlisting his one-of-a-kind ear and mind for my own works. He is absolutely devastating at what he does, and flexible beyond belief to boot. He made sure before even beginning to mix / engineer my content, that he understood my vision and ideal execution. Once underway, he kept me updated every step of the way, and was extremely open, receptive, and adaptive to my feedback. I've already recommended Paul to a number of my constituents, and will absolutely continue to do so. Caster=Master.
Paul is one of the most exceptional and unique producers around right now. He’s worked on two separate projects of mine thus far, with many more to come. He has a proven track record with seriously high quality. He is skilled and adaptable and was helpful every step of the way. I respect how he keeps it real and truly wants what’s best for your project.
If you’re unsure whether or not to commission Paul for a project, let me tell you it is MORE than worth it. The expertise and skill across all types of genres and styles will not let you down!
Paul goes above and beyond with his mixing/mastering. Instead of just basic cleanup and doing only what was asked, he finds creative ways to take your track to the next level. He’s also very communicative and works quickly, while still delivering a quality product. Highly recommend.
Interview with Paul Szeligowski
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: That I'll go above and beyond to make you happy and satisfied. Let's work.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: It allows me to be who I am and lets me express myself. Also, I love that I can get carried away with my creativity and imagination. Dream job for sure.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I've been producing for nearly a decade now. I started when I was really young. Very proud to say, that I've achieved to do this full-time at the age of 22.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: G-Clip. That's the tip. Thank me later.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I usually work on heavier dark electronic stuff, but I also had a pleasure to work on stuff that is completely opposite! I love a good variety.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: The ability to convey my ideas and creativity into the DAW, as well as my unique approach to sound design and mixing.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: For sound design, I like chaotic and "unprepared" workflow. Just fiddling with knobs until something sounds cool and trying the dumbest methods possible. Controlled chaos, but it does wonders. For writing and producing I stay very organized. Efficiency and speed is key here. I have perfected my workflow over the years and I can knock out stuff really fast.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I'm currently jumping from doing co-production and sound design to mixing and mastering gigs. I tweak knobs for Slate Digital, co-produce/write for a few music acts and mix, master and tutor others.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: A LOT of character. I have a very distinct and unique sound that no one else has. Everyone has access to the same DAWs, software, samples and whatnot, but no one has the same brain I do.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I love Yu-Peng Chen's stuff that he's done for Genshin Impact and of course all the composers from Bloodborne and Kingdom Hearts. When it comes to the EDM realm, a few of my favourites are Seven Lions, Must Die!, Trivecta, Kill The Noise, INHUMAN and Deadcrow. My favourite bands are Linkin Park, Sleep Token, Bring Me The Horizon and Spiritbox.