Emile’s background in DJing, sampling and looping, his early hip-hop projects and more recent clients.
Producing Lana Del Ray and Fun, songwriting with Florence Welch, finding inspiration, Emile’s influences.
Opening the multi-track session of ‘June’, musicians involved, instrumentation, various parts, Emile’s samples.
Edits and arrangements, warping with elastic audio, creative pitch-shifting, plug-ins and microphones.
Florence and The Machine
At his Los Angeles home studio, producer Emile Haynie takes you through his musical background in vinyl DJing, sampling and looping to his first opportunity to work with Eminem. He then recounts his progression to making records with the likes of Ian Brown, Lana Del Ray and Kid Cudi, giving an overview of his workflow in terms of songwriting, arrangement, production, and his working relationship with mixers. He then opens the Pro Tools session of ‘June’ by Florence and the Machine and delves into technical details, explaining his rationale behind arrangement decisions, editing techniques, creative splicing, pitch-shifting, and time-based warping of audio that results in other-worldly sonic textures. Throughout, he also refers to sources of inspiration, artistic influences, the recording process, performance techniques, and his collaborative efforts with other musicians and writers.
About Emile Haynie
Haynie is a native of Buffalo, New York. He started primarily as a sample-driven hip-hop producer and got his first big break after handing off a beat CD to now-deceased Detroit rapper Proof. He then began producing for various members of Eminem’s Detroit camp, as well as New York City rappers Raekwon, Cormega, and C-Rayz Walz. He relocated to New York City and got his start as a hip hop producer in the early 2000s, collaborating with rappers Obie Trice, Ghostface Killah, The Roots, Cormega, M.O.P.,Rhymefest,...