Boasting a diverse discography spanning from modal ambient to minimalistic analog techno excursions, Sebastian Mullaert clearly knows a thing or two about maintaining consistent output at a consistently high quality.
His captivating productions feature a subtle yet beguiling musicality infused with an unmistakably fluid feel that belies intimate knowledge of the instruments in his studio. It’s no wonder Korg named a synth after his last duo project: Minilogue.
Currently based in the dense forest of his native southern Sweden, we caught up with Sebastian at Handwerk Studios in Berlin to discuss his unique production process, the joys of collaborating, his current live rig, the importance of flow, and gear – lots of gear.
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