If you live in Iran, you’ll have heard of Saman Sadeghi, or at least heard his music. Saman has produced for a slew of artists who have garnered millions of streams on Radio Javan, the top Persian music streaming service. We were interested in Saman’s unique background, and recently took time to learn more about it, as well as his usage of FL Studio.
Ayten Rasul – Gidiyorum (prod. by Saman Sadeghi)
Tell us about yourself and how you got into music.
I’m Saman Sadeghi. I entered the field of music when I was 9 years old, and the only thing that kept me away from the real world was the draw of music, which occupied my entire being for hours on end. The best gift that made me more enthusiastic at that age was the keyboard and guitar that I got from my father.
How did you start using FL Studio & what does it mean to your productions?
At the age of 11, I discovered FL Studio 9 completely by chance, and with extensive practice, I increased my mastery of the DAW over the years to make my music. FL Studio has always helped me turn the ideas and creations of my mind into reality in the best possible way. It has built a strong connection between my mind and my music and helps me create the best possible product. FL Studio will always be my choice.
Pooyan JC – Yadet Biar (prod. by Saman Sadeghi)
Tell us about your work and some of the artists you have worked with.
I always try to work with people who have similar ideas and thought processes to mine, so that we can bring the best of ourselves to the listeners.
Tell us about your production environment and the gear you use.
I prefer to make music in solitude, low light, and quiet space, which helps me clear my mind from distractions. I believe that making my music in a personal space while in a good mood allows the listener to have a deeper understanding of my music.
The tools that help me in making music are Yamaha speakers, a Novation LaunchKey keyboard, and Neumann microphone.
Is there anything else you would like to tell us?
Many thanks to FL Studio, which has given me a deeper understanding of the world of music.
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