Tyler Knox is an Edm DJ & Producer and lives in Italy. He produces Edm Music not for money but for his enjoyment and opinions that music is one of the strongest instruments that gives so much to all of us.

It all started when he heard the live of Hardwell at Tomorrowland in 2012 and this triggered in him a series of emotions that led him to become a DJ and then a music Producer. That was how he started his trip and his dream. Tyler's first step was to download a program to mix and then to make music, mix after mix, program after program. Tyler bought his first connsolle as a DJ and from there started playing in various parties and discos. Everything he can do he learned by himself practicing hour after hour and day after day.

Over the years Tyler has created several songs and in 2018 he released his first song with an Italian record company, because he wanted it to be really curarta in every detail.

Websites or Social Media Pages:

https://soundcloud.com/tylerknox-official

https://www.facebook.com/TylerKnox.Official/

https://twitter.com/Tylerknox_sc

https://www.instagram.com/tylerknoxofficial/

https://open.spotify.com/artist/7mAypDqrAAV4wlZF4gVS8s

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnbDX8MgsTerQd0MrKK82yA

What Musical Genre Do You Feel Best Describes Your Music And How Would You Describe Your Sound?

The song in question is bigroom and derives from a branch of House music which is also the genre that I follow mainly in its nuances.
This track is characterized by an aggressive kick drum and a series of very dynamic and open sounds. In all my productions I put in it all myself and my experience and what really helps me in creating a new song from scratch is imagine what emotions can feel who listen my music and challenge his self control.

How Did You Get Your Name? Is There A Story?

Over the years I changed several names until I found a name that expresses my musical footprint

What Are or Have Been Your Musical Influences?

Once I listened only to metal music, from heavy metal to Brutal death metal, it was a world that had taken me a lot. I had even created a band, which, however, I don't hide from you, did not last long and was more an excuse to find ourselves making noise together. All this changed when I came into contact with the music of an important Italian DJ, named Franchino who with his bombs made the ground tremble, then the real step happened in 2012 when I watched a Hardwell aftermovie at Tomorrowland where with Spaceman he changed me and it created a series of emotions that made me take the road for the DJ & Producer. The only thing that really interested me was seeing people's faces with the smile on their faces during my sets. There were several musical influences such as Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Martin Garrix, DVBBS, Steve Aoki, Vicetone, W&W, Blasterjaxx and many others who contributed indirectly in my training, in fact many of them went to see them in person on their dates

What Are You Working On Now? Any Future Collaborations We Can Look Forward To?

Right now I am finishing some tweaks on a new song that will be released on 5/19/2020 and will be available on all platforms. I can only tell you that it will be called Cyberpunk.

What Is Your Ultimate Goal In The Music Industry? What Is Your Plan Of Action?

My goal is to travel the world thanks to my productions and to play on all stages regardless of whether it is a bar or a festival to bring a piece of me to you and make you live new emotions, the same ones that have changed me.

What Is Your Favorite Track To Perform Live and Why?

There are no favorite tracks but big tracks that manage to involve the dance floor but every situation is different and a new and different approach is needed, there is no copy and paste also because I try to be an artist not a printer.

What Has Been The Biggest Challenge In Your Career Thus Far?

My biggest challenge is to make room in the music scene, starting from the fact that there is only one person that always give me comfort and support and then today it is really difficult especially in the social world where if you don't have a minimum of followers you are zero but this has never knocked me down, indeed step by step with my head down I have always tried to learn something new with the only sweat of commitment. Today I can say that some satisfaction came only after years of dedicated work and I can say that I will not give up until I realize my dream.

What’s Your Typical Songwriting Process?

I open the DAW FL Studio and start from an area of the song, generally beginning or from the drop or breakdown which are the parts where the emotions are real and alive and first of all I start by putting down a melody and then the respective harpsichords , bassline and many other things. Of course often I happen to be without ideas or to listen to them again and to say: is this a song or a shift at the factory? . Then I start again and often the best ideas come to me when you are not even in the studio but when you are around then I hum a melody on the phone microphone and record it and then I improvise two percussions, even if those who see me think to themselves: he is crazy. But this doesn't matter because when I finally arrive in front of the PC I have a basic idea and start working on it. I spend an average of one month on each track, because there is very little free time and every evening after work I close myself in the studio and go on to the new song.

How Has Social Media Influenced Your Career As An Artist?

So social media is a powerful means that they run very fast if you are not as fast as they stay behind and stay on foot and you lose the race, so what can I say I am learning to run faster than the lion.

What Are Some Tracks and Artists Currently On Your Playlist?

I listen to everything from EDM, like Timmy Trumpet-Party Till We Die, to Blues, like John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom, to Rock, like Roger Waters - The Wall.

What Did You Do Before You Started Making Music?

I was a simple boy who lived day after day aiming for the classic and canonical arrival points that society guides us to do. Music has given me a purpose.

Any Advice For Young People (Men or Women) That Want To Succeed In The Music World?

Never stop believing in what you do, don't worry if is a Picasso or a road sign.

What Would You Change In The Music Industry If You Were A Top Music Executive?

The harsh truth, after seeing both sides, I would not change anything but I would only remember that even before they grew up they were small and therefore they know very well the difficulties that are found.

How Do You Feel About Originality?

originality is nothing more than a Frankenstein, that is, you have to experiment, add, change, modify, hit and enter the sphere of emotions through the vibrations that we spread on every single song, of course sometimes we create sound monsters but sometimes we create a beautiful lady Frankenstein 

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