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INTERVIEW: German Producer Superior answers quick-fire questions on the best of 2015

Hot on the heels of a successful year, including superb collabos with REKS, Planet Asia, and Declaime, the German beatmaker chops it up with The New Beatmaker on hardware, software and more.

A pensive Superior

Favourite hardware: 'Maschine Studio; Nice controller, nice pads, nice features, 2 colour displays – nice to work with.'

Favourite software and / or sample pack: 'Maschine Software, because it perfectly matches with the Maschine Studio controller.'
It really doesn’t matter with which tools you produce your music. At the end, it’s all about the result.
Favourite freeware: 'If you ask me, the best freeware is Audacity. It’s a perfect tool to edit the waves.'

Still going strong: Audacity is a Superior go-to. 

Favourite song: 'Of course, I have to choose my single „Superiority“ with Reks :-D'

Favourite music video: 'I really can’t choose one – there have been way too many. If I have to choose, it would be the live video of Oddisee & Good Company with Juju Rogers, Un vrai chantier à l’affranchi in Marseille. This had been the best concert for me this year.'

Oddisee & Good Company with Juju Rogers „Un vrai chantier 6“ à l’affranchi in Marseille. 

Favourite album: 'Petestrumentals 2“. Do I really have to say anything more about that?'

Favourite musician, producer or beatmaker: 'Oddisee and Pete Rock - Two geniuses'

Music based New Year resolution: 'The only conclusion I can make is: It really doesn’t matter with which tools you produce your music. At the end, it’s all about the result. So I will keep focusing on that.'

Amen to that.  Many thanks Superior, here's to a great 2016 for you.

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