Combining influences of trance and techno that create unique and distinguished progressive sounds, Jerome is one of the highest-selling and most sought after progressive house acts on the scene today. Merging his skills with those of his collaborator Alastor, whose interest in sound design started when his father gave him a second-hand Casio synth from a consignment shop in Brooklyn back in 1991, the two of them create highly acclaimed and unique sounding tracks. In How To Make Kubrick we get to see this awesome track built from the ground up in Logic Pro. With a no nonsense approach, we start with the kick, bass and drums before moving on to create the atmosphere with bass stabs, chords and effects. We then check out the arrangement with clever use of eq automation and move over to Alastor in Cubase for the cinematic strings before heading back into Logic for some further arrangement editing, finishing off with some mastering and final tweaks to iron out any issues.
The end result is a genre-dissecting sound with a pulsating, rhythmic and heartbeat syncing bassline; dark, brooding drum programming and a transcendental future-retro, ’80s cinematic string crescendo that is as melodramatic as the film work that inspired this track.
Much like the films by the director with the same name, this one’s not to be missed!