Interview with Tripmastaz
Hey Tripmastaz! How are things, are you back to playing shows now?
Hey, if you have asked me this a few weeks ago, I’d say things are slowly getting back to normal. However in the darkness of the recent events, things are getting way way way worse than I or anybody could expect.
You’ve had some pretty big collabs over the years, Ricardo Villalobos & DJ Sneak to name a few, what’s been your favorite thing about working with these legends?
Not just one favorite to be honest though. Stories, laughs, exchanging ideas, learning, great vibes, and huge inspiration overall.
You started your own mixing and mastering service TripMastering, how did that come about? How has the experience been so far?
It came about kinda organically, when everything in life stopped almost for 2 years. But also since I started to learn more about mixing and mastering and digging deeper into the analog world and it seemed natural to start it. Sort of expansion of my own curiousity and willing to share my experience. Since then I’m working with very interesting artists and music I mix and master ranges from acoustic, jazz, folk, ambient, movie soundtracks to of course all shades of electronic and dance music and hip hop.