Artist Spotlight: A Detailed Look at Davey Myssle’s Creative Process


Nashville EDM artist Davey Myssle makes his return to BuzzMusic, taking a detailed look into the creative process for his recent single “Leave the Lights On (ft. Holly Winter)”. Initially starting out as a remix for a close friend's song, Davey Myssle mentioned that the original vocal stems could be taken in any direction. As he wanted to move from the original uptempo track to more of a well-rounded, organic yet deeply electronic sound. While still shining a light on Davey Myssle’s love for natural instruments, he always begins a track with guitar or keys to give it a loving human touch. After filling up the production for “Leave the Lights On (ft. Holly Winter)” with ambient pads and ethereal synths, Davey Myssle found that he could make the track his own. With a different and unique approach to creating, after the basic arrangement Davey Myssle is said to begin working on the bass drop before anything else. This way, he’s able to get a clear image of the atmosphere and work off sounds that might enhance or complement it. Not to mention the add-on of some folly with recorded tree frogs and a man-made water droplet sound, Davey Myssle spent countless hours evening out his single “Leave the Lights On (ft. Holly Winter)”, only to add layers of needed texture and vibrance.


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