Just like his tracks, Moe Espinosa aka Drumcell‘s studio is packed with interesting sonic details and technical curiosities.
Unified by the overarching idea of translating musical ideas as immediately and effectively as possible, the LA producer’s studio is meticulously constructed so that all its wondrous machines—be it modular, vintage synths, obscure drum machines or DAWs—operate with one voice. EB.tv travelled to LA to find out more about he has built up his studio, his approach to building modular systems, and why the immediacy of workflow is so valuable to the way he produces.
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