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Check Out Banyon Bachman’s Story

Today we’d like to introduce you to Banyon Bachman.

Hi Banyon, thanks for joining us today. We’d love for you to start by introducing yourself.
I began producing/engineering music 12 years ago when I was a freshman in high school. At the same time, I was playing saxophone in my high school marching band, I have been a saxophone player for 16 years and currently play in my original band called One Hot Planet. I fell in love with EDM during my high school years, that is when my interest in creating that genre began. Shortly after high school, I created my stage name BNYN and have been making my own original EDM and producing original instrumentals for hip hop artists around San Diego.

I’m sure you wouldn’t say it’s been obstacle free, but so far would you say the journey have been a fairly smooth road?
It definitely has not been a smooth road but it has been enjoyable. The challenges of having to balance multiple jobs over the course of the last seven years to keep working on my goals/dreams definitely makes time management a difficult task. However, whatever job I was working, I was able to make meaningful connections with people to tie it back into my goal of being a full-time producer/performer.

Can you tell our readers more about what you do and what you think sets you apart from others?
I am a certified engineer/producer from the recording radio and film connection. My main project is under my stage name BNYN and I make EDM. I currently do not restrict myself to a sub-genre of EDM cause I love it all so much. Outside of my solo producing, I record/write music for artists of various genres, mostly hip hop. I also play in my band One Hot Planet and we frequently are performing in the San Diego area. I am most proud of my persistence and stubbornness of what I am trying to pursue. I have been through lots of trials and tribulations, have heard a lot of doubt and experienced many things where I feel like most people would have quit, but I will never quit on what my heart desires!

What sort of changes are you expecting over the next 5-10 years?
Ultimately I don’t see much changing with this industry much further than it is now. We have some of the most advanced technology and AI out there producing songs from scratch for people and all artists are always trying to keep up with the trends. Just be yourself and do what you love because you love it!


  • Hourly Studio Rate – $80
  • Instrumentals/Beats – $100-$500
  • Mixing (Per Song) – $80
  • Mastering (Per Song) – $50

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