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Neo Soul Producer Boonie Mayfield

Boonie Mayfield aka Boondoc

Upon doing this particular interview, it was a pleasure having this great neo soul producer on Mixture of Arts. Below is some of the script. If you want to read the full detail bio on Boonie Mayfield, click here.

 

Whats up everybody welcome back to mixture of arts with your girl Saytue Sayewhat, holding it down on mixture of arts radio. Wow! We have an incredible show in store you guys tonight, so if you’re in bed, simply relax and get comfortable, because our feature feature of the night will definitely remove all the stress and get you groovy with the sound of his poetic slash soulful creation.  Yess ya’ll, nobody but the one and only Boonie Mayfield is right here, right now chillen on Mixture of Arts with me your girl Saytue Sayewhat. So make sure you keep tuning in and if you wanna chat live with Boonie Mayfield boon doc, you can call in at 818-572-8026.

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Some questions I asked Boonie Mayfield: Listen to the full interview

I UNDERSTAND that you’re  A MAN OF MANY TALENTS. You USE TO BE A DANCER (a nice one too) WHAT MADE  you stop dancing and started doing music?

*When you first started doing music, you were SAMPLING USING A DRUM MACHINE MPC 1000 right? WHAT MADE you GO FROM SAMPLING TO CREATING ORIGINAL MUSIC?

*Everybody knows that creating beats is challenging, I mean, it’s pretty obvious because there’s not enough dope producers out here that are so call professionals. What I’m trying to ask is that, how did you know what types of equipments to use and buy as far as Audio interface and mixing boards?

*I seen on one of your videos that you started off using reasons (music software program). Why that program? Why not fruity loops and q-base.

* So now that you’re using logic, were the transitions from using reason to logic difficult?

*do you ever get frustrated ever using new equipments and programs?

* I see that you use live instruments, did you have any previous training prior.

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