My name is Jule Dildine and I am a student at Ex’pression College of Digital Arts. I currently have a background in music production and sound recording/engineering working with various musicians throughout northern California. I wanted to further my knowledge and experience through the Ex’pression College Sound Arts program. I have also a lot of experience in the financial industry and I wanted to break out from such a monotonous industry.
I work on sound synthesis and sound production to further enhance my artistic creativity. I use various Digital Audio Workstations (DAW), like Pro Tools and Cubase, to be able to develop my sound. I also utilize Native Instruments’ Maschine as well as Propellerhead’s Reason. I started producing music through Image Line’s Fruity Loops.
I hope to work with a more prominent production label 10 years from now utilizing my membership with the GrammyU program. I am a proud member in the Grammy Academy and hope to one day be interviewed about my work.
My sound is influenced by Pop, Classic Rock, Motown and Hip Hop music. When I was growing up I listened to a lot of Motown, more specifically The Temptations. One of my all time favorite songs is also The Temptations’ “Ain’t Too Proud To Beg”. I also was exposed to a lot Creedence Clearwater Revival and ABBA.
I was born in the Philippines and I’m greatly influenced by popular 80′s music that we sang during our karaoke town events. Some of the more popular songs were written by Richard Marx, like “Right Here Waiting”, and most Filipinos would normally sing along with the singer.