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Album: 19 Jul 2001
By: Brian Transeau
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BT's Kyma-processed 'N SYNC track "Pop" is currently the #1 most-requested song in the US. BT produced the new single in which he "irreverently treated ALL their vocals using Kyma for the whole song..."


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Check out the interview with BT, the cover story for the November 2001 Keyboard magazine (http://www.musicplayer.com). Brian talks about his work composing orchestral and electronic film music, producing pop singers, and working on his own album (all of which he's been doing in parallel in his LA studio this year). He also describes how he used Kyma to do realtime granular and spectral treatments to the vocals for NSYNC's Pop and the synth pads for the score to Fast and Furious. He even shares some practical advice for kids (and anyone else) who might want to get started making dance music: "...start writing music. The most important thing is to finish. You could suck out loud for a while, but by completing something and keeping at it, doing it over and over, you're going to get better and you're going to learn."

 
 
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