We are delighted to share 1.5 hours Lucid Podcast bliss with you mixed by Matteo Pitton. Thanks for your set and taking time to answer some little questions:
how does a creative day look/feel like for you?
At the moment i don’t have university lessons to attend, so i study and I do some houseworks,
but i always retail a good portion of my free time to listen stuff like new releases, promos, podcasts.
Sometimes i had some ideas on my mind and i say – now i try to express these.. so i open the
sequencer and that’s it, i start to play with synths, generators etc.
how do you support yourself in being creative?
Well, i think that the main source of creativity comes randomly, it’s not definied when i can be more crative or not, but of course it’s influenced by many facts that happen during my life.
Also hanging or chillin’ out with friends and people in bars or clubs stimulate my creativity, having a nice evening or a bad one obviously can make me feel good or so blue and depressed, but it’s part of this big process (if I should brutally define it with this word) I’m talking about, and I’m ok with that.
how do you hinder yourself from being creative?
As I partially said in the previous question, i’m sure that the absence of stimulations and an apathetic or monotonous life kills creativity. This make you creating junk tracks, in a total mechanical way, without love and expressivity.
how did you come across Lucidflow?
It’s difficult to remember when precisely, but i’m sure one of the first tracks i heard from Klartraum was featured on Soma rec. After i discovered that i heard more stuff of them and of Lucidflow and i definitely gained up my interest.
tell us one of your greatest wishes:
Probably atm my big wish is to see people love, smiling and respect more each others.
anything else you would spread to the Lucid world?
Thanks a lot to Nadja and Helmut for this opportunity to get featured on the Lucidflow podcast!