Dustin started "DBW-Music" as a producer/artist who loves working in all types and genres of digital media. Dustin specializes in digital production and recording, where he started during the beginning of the digital era. Music: Originally Dustin had been a guitar player who wanted to find a way to create a band himself, so he could record over it and make complete music without needing an actual band. After learning how to use multiple software platforms such as: ProTools, FL Studio (Image-Line), Reason (Propellerhead), Ableton Live (Ableton), Acid (Sony), Soundforge (Sony), Traktor (Native Instruments), Serato (Serato) and Audacity (Audacity), Dustin began to take on the new world of digital music. Video/Photography/Imagery: Starting back in the beginning of the digital era, capturing VHS tapes into video editing software, Dustin developed a passion for creating video. Not surprisingly, he also loves to create custom music to compliment his videos. We all know videos just aren't the same without music! Parallel to videography, Dustin also has a passion for creating digital imagery. Dustin was always known for his pencil sketches and shading, as well as drawing nautical scenes. Growing up, Dustin didn't have much for video games, but travelling was one thing that he did with his family. Through travel, Dustin developed an appreciation for Photography, which later grew into a hobby. Dustin also assisted his wife, a photographer, in editing / releasing photos to her clients and creating eye-catching Adobe forms for clients to fill out. Dustin has developed advanced skills using Adobe Creative Suite applications such as: Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, Premier Pro, After Effects, Muse, Dreamweaver and even Acrobat Pro at the workplace. Dustin's music usually guides his creative path, and their aren't many visual artists around who possess the full-range of music production skills that Dustin has. This makes him a very unique professional, artist, producer and multi-instrumentalist!
Music is it's own reality to life, and offers an escape. Music is a uniquely important part of life.
To produce and DJ professionally.
Myself. Be a positive influence and good example for society.
Son of a Sailor, by Jimmy Buffet. It was my favorite song, and I had the 45rpm record (my only record) for my record player.
Stevie Ray Vaughn ?, Avicii (his sound and compositions), Armin Van Buuren (His ASOT radio show, trance music production), Zac Brown Band (my kind of sound, and they are overall briliant musicians).
I can create the music I have, in my head.
Hope. Joy. Comfort.
Connected with them and humbled.
Exponentially harder to become heard, especially if you aren't branching out (DJ's also producing, vlogs, videos, etc). Education and Musical Development could be more common.
I don't know yet!
The over saturation of average quality music.