Love and Light Interview from Creative Mastery

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This is a free interview with Ryan Anderson from Love and Light, hosted by Vespers. This Love and Light interview is from Vespers Creative Mastery course. In this interview Vespers chats with Ryan with about some incredibly wicked awesome topics including:

  • How the Love and Light duo formed
  • Setting up the studio
  • In depth bass sound design
  • Programming bass that works on the dance floor
  • Dialing in your percussion: kicks, snares, claps
  • Feeling good: What to do every day have fun and feel good
  • Eating well while touring on the road
  • Getting past creative traps

Love and Light aims to break the mould of the dance-music experience by providing a fresh and uplifting take on bass music that has not been experienced before.

The Love and Light movement is gaining momentum and international recognition, earning its way to a variety of dance venues,concert experiences and main stage festival time slots around the world including performances at BURNING MAN, SHAMBHALA, ULTRA, COACHELLA, WAKARUSA, LIGHTNING IN A BOTTLE, SONIC BLOOM, SYMBIOSIS, ENVISION, RAINBOW SERPENT, THE BOUNCE, EARTH FREQUENCY, and ENCHANTED FOREST.

Music production artists Matt Madonna and Ryan Anderson found their roots and their inspiration in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, forever transforming their lives and musical ambitions after discovering the Burning Man festival. Inspired to share the feeling of intense connectedness and explore the freedom of a new musical experience with people around the world, Love and Light has grown to be not only a “dj duo”, but pioneers a of potent omni-genre concert experience. Glitchhop, House, dubstep, trap, trance, and downtempo have never been expressed like this before.

Love and Light original music available on Soundcloud

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Check out Vespers Creative Mastery course here!

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Vespers is a beat-making robot sent back in time from the year 2502. He was banished from the future for repeat offenses of making excessively bass-heavy noises, leading to irreparable structural damage to the downtown core of Neo Tokyo. It is reported that his long-time sidekick and party companion “Go-Go”, a biogenetically enhanced fennec fox, also travelled back in time to join him in his exile.Vespers is known for his extensive and unpredictable glitches, which cause him to randomly spout tidbits of music production wizardry and secret techniques to virtually anyone who will listen. Kind of like the robot equivalent of Tourettes Syndrome. You can see hours of videos of him waxing poetic about all kinds of audio geekery on his Youtube channel. Legend has it that getting sent back in time was all part of his “master plan” to create a legion of bass worshipers who will take over the future.Although he isn’t human, he does have an puzzling affinity for jazz music and a fascinating preoccupation with saxophones. You can frequently catch him wreaking bassy-havoc and inciting funk-infused dancefloor mayhem at all kinds of music festivals and West Coast gatherings. WARNING: If there is a Vespers sighting in your area, ensure you protect yourself and your loved ones with heavy duty hearing protection and undertake standard earthquake readiness procedures.

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