"Feeling the bass is a core aspect in my focus in developing music for pure relaxation and wellness. I think physical audio will bring listeners back to paying attention” to music and feeling it, rather than having it in the background."
Q&A with Amir Khan about the SUBPAC:
What role does “feeling” play in the music you make and love?
Tremendously important! Feeling the bass is a core aspect in my focus in developing music for pure relaxation and wellness.
How could “physical audio” change our relationship to sound and music in the future?
Yes it has. In fact, I have begun developing a special line of pure relaxation and chill music using SUBPAC. Physical audio will bring listeners back to paying attention” to music and feeling it, rather than having it in the background. Read More...
What excited you about the Feel SUBPAC project?
I think it allows not only music producers, but audience that is excited about SUBPAC to experience the wide variety of music creators that are using SUBPAC as a important tool in their creative process.
ABOUT Amir Khan:
Amir Khan was born is Pakistan, he picked up music at an early age and by his 20’s was performing and producing music professional. He released his first solo instrumental synth” album in 1993 under the then EMI Pakistan label. He was also a contributing writer for Keyboard” magazine reporting for world view section from South and South-East Asia. After moving to the US, Amir began focusing on producing music using DAW. He completed Producing with Protools from Berklee Music in 2009. Since then he has released his second instrumental album Images from Past” and has several commercial placements in national and international media. Recent credits include sound track on ShowTime hit series Ray Donovan and The Travel Channel. Amir recently launched Tonic Acoustics, through which he develops pure relaxation and chill music (SUBPAC optimized) and vibroacoustic therapy. Amir is also a music educator and owns a successful music studio in Dallas.