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Interview with Jeet Singh
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Jeet Singh is a blooming music composer, producer and a multi-talented instrumentalist
Jeet Singh is a blooming music composer, producer and a multi-talented instrumentalist
https://www.facebook.com/JeetSinghMusic



Jeet Singh is a blooming music composer, producer and a multi-talented instrumentalist who started his musical journey from a Manipuri album in Imphal.

Club Muzik: You sing, you write, you compose and you produce music. How would you introduce yourself?
Jeet: As Singer /Writer/ Composer/ Music Producer LOL. Well on a serious note am an Artist, and i try and express in whatever ways that seem natural to me. And with the digital Explosion happening all around, so many tasks and processes take a lot less time to execute. Hence, it comes relatively easier to wear several professional hats these days.
Directing Music Video is one more thing, i have recently fallen in love with. Yes, Directing Music Video Specifically :-)

Club Muzik: There is no easy way to great success. Suggest us some of the simplest way to make music?
Jeet: I definitely agree, There is no easy way to great success (Music Making also has its various stages, from conception of an idea or a tune to the Final Product). Also the journey consists of constant learning and practice. There is no “One Formula”.

I’d say the simplest way of making music would be expressing yourself through the simplest Musical instrument according to the person. It could be through voice, guitar, or even a tin can, u know, just beating away to glory :-) as long as it evokes some form of emotion. It’s not how much we know; it’s how we make the most of how much ever we know.

However for the more serious Studio kind of Music making/Production, there are different layers of both creative and technical processes.

Although Tools and Equipments are relatively more Accessible than, the past few decades, ultimately it’s your creativity and the way u use the tools and your expertise which is going to help you make “Quality Music”. I personally try and help so many aspiring Singers / Music Composers/ Beats makers / Bands through, Music Production Workshops and Various Music Production Classes. I will be conducting one such Workshop in Imphal this coming January.

Club Muzik: How does the post production works in your line of music making?
Jeet: As i have mentioned above, there are different layers of both creative and technical processes. The same goes with Mixing and Mastering a Track or an Album (Audio Post Production). Even though we use a lot of technical tools in the work flow, it’s the emotion of the song which is given the most importance. Think about it; an awesome composition with ok quality production might pass an audience/ listener, but a bad composition with awesome production value may not. So whatever different approaches we take ultimately it’s the emotion of the track that we are trying to bring out in the best way possible.

Club Muzik: We see that you have associated with various artist and bands including various technical persons. Share us your experiences?
Jeet: I have been lucky to have associated/worked with so many amazing artist/Band/musician and technical guys. It has always been an awesome experience. I also learn a lot from it as every individual has their own style and if u keep your eyes, ears and mind open, there’s always something new to learn in every experience.

Here are some of the brilliant Associations I have had.

Made a Jingle in association with ShekharKapur for Qyuki.com (A shekharkapur and A.R Rahman Initiative), whichI composed and sang in. I was working with Qyuki.com for a brief period of 4 months as Music Composer/Music Producer, before i moved on to work on my first FeatureFilm “Station” as Music Director and Background Score producer. I met Saad Khan (Director) and Sumit Ghosh (Producer) through this film and I wanna take this opportunity to thank them both for believing in me and my Music.

And of course, Associating with Bands and Artist from Manipur has always been a fun experience. Some Bands and Artist i have associated with from Manipur are : Recycle, The Dirty Strikes, Rubicons, Singzu Joint, Pendulum Swing, June Neelu, Young Dirrt, AK Jan (Arun), and RanbirThouna.

Jeet Singh is a blooming music composer, producer and a multi-talented instrumentalist
Jeet Singh is a blooming music composer, producer and a multi-talented instrumentalist
https://www.facebook.com/JeetSinghMusic



Club Muzik: Tell us your view to how an artist or a band gets the best recording quality at home?
Jeet: Well, this one can be a tad bit long an answer, so I’ll just talk about one thing which personally i believe is the most important in Home Recording. It’sunderstood that every step is important, every track needs to be at its best compliment. But this one thing am talking about is to make sure the Song sounds almost exactly the way u want it to, even before u give to a mixing engineer or you yourself start mixing. The Mix Can Only be awesome if the Recorded Tracks themselves are...

Club Muzik: What is the idea behind shifting brand to Jeet Singh rather than your initially known Tulajit?
Jeet: Brand Jeet Singh personally is a new Me that’s all. I am still very proud of Brand Tulajit because that’s how it all started.

Club Muzik: Tell us about your debut album “Impression” way back in your career?
Jeet: Impression was a turning point. AndI still cherish every bit of the experience of making that Album and the little recognition that it brought along. Thanx to Uncle O. Binod (Owner Bindiya Studio), Sound Engineer O. Bobby, Music director O.Geet and ThangjamTomba. Last but not the least my friends (25th Souls, Sainik School Imphal) and my Family and of course my fans ,who believed in me and helped me take that leap of faith into Music as a Career.

Club Muzik: How do you devote yourself to music?
Jeet: Making Music / Performing Music is the most Natural thing to me. I just keep doing it over and over again trying to better myself. That’s how i devote myself to Music.

Club Muzik: What is your say on “the new trends are low on musical professionalism in terms of music education and conducts”?
Jeet: The way, in which the new trends of Musical Culture shaped up has been pretty inevitable with Technology shrinking so many steps to few automated tasks. For Example, Now a days u can complete a song in few hours using just some few i phone apps. However does it automatically give you a good song? Notreally. So in the midst of all this abundance and accessibility, creative ideas and skills, still are the real differentiator. There might be a lot more music being made and a lot more Artist coming up however only a few stands out. A good composer or a singer is still good with any changing technology. So getting your basics right still is the most fundamental thing to do. It’s not much of Gibson Les Paul making Slash’s solo guitar sound good, but more of what Slash plays making Gibson Les Paul Sounds Good.

Club Muzik: How do you visualize the future music would sound like?
Jeet: A lot more Diverse. Trending sounds will change faster. And Digital/Synthetic Sounds are here to stay for a lil longer.

Club Muzik: Some of the best things your music have given you?
Jeet: I’d say i am everything that i am because of music. It shapes me as a person. I’ve learnt a lot about life itself through Music. The never ending joy of being able to express through music is the best thing Music has given me.

Club Muzik: How do you grow yourself to get the best in you?
Jeet: I Adapt, take failures for it’s much needed value in life and Focus on the possible positive outcome of my Effort and enjoy every little bit of gratification that whatever Little success brings. And that’s how i grow to get the best in me.

Club Muzik: Pre-paid or post-paid electricity billing? (*off topic question)
Jeet: Whichever last longer in a day or week LOL :-)>

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* Club Muzik have conducted/produced this interview as part of their "ARTISIA - voice of the stars" and published by Hueiyen Lanpao
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This article was posted on December 17 2014.


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