Professional Music Producer

Making Killer Beats and Dope Productions


With the MPC Live as my main piece of equipment, I create great tunes in many genres. Though my biggest love lays with boombap hiphop and old school beats. 

The SP-303 sampler, famously used by Madlib, J Dilla and MF DOOM, adds a lot of flavor to those already dusty productions. 

And on top of that add the classic Microkorg XL synthesizer, the analog Arturia Microbrute, electric bass and guitar. And you have all the means necessary for some real dope productions.

A Brief History


My music career started when I was 13. It was Xmas at my grandparents and I found an old acoustic guitar in the back of a cupboard. Right away I asked if I could turn on the internet (old dial up modem) to look for some info on how to play. 

Fast forward a year and I decided I wanted to get some lessons. However, it turned out that a lot of people want to play guitar so there was a waiting list… of 2 years. But they asked me if I didn’t want to play piano instead. And I thought, why not. So I did that for 2 years and learned guitar on the side online.

Got my first studio equipment at age 16. A midi keyboard, a microphone, mixer and a soundcard I had to install into the computer. Downloaded Cubase and Reason and started recording the songs I had been writing. 

Extended History


After 5 years of playing in bands, writing songs, recording and putting them on different Myspace pages I was not sure what I wanted to do. I wanted to extend my knowledge somehow.

So in 2011 I started searching for schools and found the Audio- and Music Production program at University College Dalarna in Sweden. I applied and got in.   

After getting my bachelors degree in 2014 I set out on the adventure of the music business. First did a bunch of work as a mix engineer. Then transferred into producing for/with other people. Did this for a couple of years.

I feel I had put myself in a bit of a corner though. Kept trying to make music based on what everyone else thought about it. And it wasn’t until 2018 I started to make music for myself again. And at that time I started to transform myself back into being an artist and not just a music producer.

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