Beats Grind and Life

Beats Grind & Life Podcast: Episode 063 Oscrowley

Beats Grind & Life is back this week!!!  I took a week off to be with my family as we welcomed a new baby.  But enough about me.  Beats Grind & Life is back strong with another dope interview.  We have South Jersey Music Producer, Engineer, Songwriter and Musician Oscrowley.  Oscrowley sits down to chop it up about his number one asset, consistency.  He also talks about the advantage of sampling records his grandfather made and how his grind has given him a favorable reputation.  Listen Now!!!

Greatest Achievement 

  • “My greatest moment is my present state, because I look back to when I started. I started in a garage. I was working in a garage with no insulation. I had some Rokit 6’s. Red Rokit 6’s, the limited edition. I was recording people in my garage. You could hear people running around in the background, outside the garage. You heard all that, so to go from there to now, being able to be in Quad Studio, working out of Bad Boy Studio (Daddy’s House)… Being able to fly to L.A. Being able to fly to Atlanta for the Beast of the Beats. Looking back at stuff like that, I can say ‘I’m happy I didn’t stop’”.

To hear some of Oscrowley’s music, click on the album above.

Equipment Currently In Studio

Must Have Plugin

Not So Secret Weapon

Book That Is A Must Read

Album That Is A Must Listen

Recommended Internet Resource

Greatest Advise Ever Received

  • “One of the greatest pieces of advise that I’ve gotten was from my big brother Bangalore, when it came to mixing. He said ‘you want to hear everything in the mix balanced while struggling. If you got that shaker that’s going on in the left ear, you need to make sure you can hear it over everything else, but not so abrupt.’ I’ve taken that statement and that’s helped me with my mixes from the day he said it going forward.”
  • “Remain consistent… Make it so no one can say anything bad about you.”

How To Contact Oscrowley


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