Anatol Cyberia is a Russian DJ and electronic dance music producer.
He has just released his new deep house song called ‘Free Baby’, Anatol says:
‘Free Baby’ is what deep house is all about; intricate, soulful, and mesmerizing. It begins with a lovely house beat, wonderfully soft female vocal, and a guitar part that gradually builds as the main lead comes in. The lead builds until a bass comes in, crafted intricately into the song. ‘Free Baby’ is smooth, seductive, and brings you soul to dance.
We got a chance to talk with Anatol about his new deep house song ‘Free Baby’, his upcoming plans, and other exciting edm news for 2018. Dont forget to like and vote for ‘Free baby’ on the dj song charts.
Anatol Cyberia Interview
Tell us about ‘Free Baby’ how did you come up with this idea?
I was working in the studio with a new lovely female vocal. Then I have decided it will be a new Deep House track that tells some more about the relationship on a party between a ‘Free Baby’ and someone who’s she want to get.
What inspired you to make this?
Good music that I play of course. You know at last party hour you can see many girls or women; they are single and looking for someone. This track will help them to understand that time is come to make some moves.
How did you begin producing edm songs?
I started in 2009 with a bad laptop FL Studio 6 or 7 and no idea how to make a good sound or song, because there was no EDM song YouTube tutorials and very bad internet. That’s why I started with books. The first one was ‘Production mixing mastering with Waves’.
What is your favourite VST plugin or instrument to use?
I really like piano and guitars; I use them almost in all my tracks. My favorite Plug-In for bass is ‘Serum’; sometimes I use ‘Massive’ too. If I need some classic instruments, then use ‘Nexus’. For mixing and mastering I prefer the ‘Bundles of Waves’, ‘T-Racks’, ‘Izotope Ozone’.
Who is your biggest inspiration? / Who do you have a lot of respect for?
Today I would say it will be: EDX, Calippo, Thami and some harder BROHUG
What is one subgenre you think doesn’t get the attention it deserves?
What is something that annoys you about the DJ scene?
These technical progresses in Technology, it really makes DJing and producing much more accessible to people. There are too many DJs today.
What is it that you love about the EDM world?
I love that EDM still connects people together. The people really like this atmosphere and energy at a festival or club.
What can we expect from you in 2018?
Much more good music of course. October I going to go to the ‘ADE’ in Amsterdam to meet some new good artists. So follow me and stay tuned!