“The way we make music is changing. With touring and travel, you have to be prepared to create an impromptu studio wherever you are. No matter what, The S2 is by far the only thing needed to ensure your low end sounds great.”
Q&A with Loud Luxury about the SUBPAC:
What role does “feeling” play in the music you make and love?
Feeling is everything in making great music. Every time you hear your song on a proper club or studio system, it’s like entering an alternate reality. The track sounds way different from how you intended it to.
Has the SUBPAC changed the way you create, produce or mix music?
The SUBPAC has changed the way we make music because we are no longer constrained by needing to be near an expensive sound system to make sure your track sounds right. With the S2, you can do that wherever you go. Read More...
How could “physical audio” change our relationship to sound and music in the future?
Physical audio could change our relationship with music in the future by introducing the average consumer to more bass heavy music. If you’ve ever listened to an artist such as Gorgon City or James Blake, their music is so subby that it loses a dimension to it when the average consumer listens on laptop speakers. This in a way, hinders their accessibility a bit. Would love to see physical audio be the solution to that.
What excited you about the FeelBass project? (This is the new website where everything is created specifically for the SUBPAC)
What’s most exciting about the FeelBass project is its ability to shed some light on what’s probably the trickiest part of a song to nail – bass. We would have killed to have an outlet specifically focused on that when we were first learning to produce.
ABOUT Loud Luxury
University friends Andrew Fedyk & Joe Depace better known as Loud Luxury have been creating quite a stir in the dance music scene as of late. With just a handful of releases under their belt, the London, Ontario duo has attracted the attention of taste makers such as Oliver Heldens, SNBRN, and Gorgon City to name a few. The future appears bright for these young artists as they embark on a North American tour in the spring of 2017.