But back to the video in question, Walker and his co-producer Andes Frozen, aka Mood Melodies, attempt to go over the process of creating their track “Alone,” and the word “cringe” really doesn’t quite cut it. Now, to preempt this, English is not Walker’s first language and this is likely responsible for many instances of stuttering and times when it seems like he’s “searching for a word,” so to speak.
The original video is currently sitting with a negative ratio of thumbs down to thumbs up, and the comment section is a veritable wasteland of disparaging comments such as: Alan Walker was one my heroes but after watching this vi dim fucked” (sic) and “Alone: a song that wasn’t created alone.” Others have noted that they’ve seen Snaps and Instagram Stories from Walker in the studio working on music, and so they are experiencing some rather heavy cognitive dissonance over the whole debacle.
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He makes all his music on his laptop with FL Studio, known as FruityLoops, a common program for beginners. Now Walker's produced “30 or 40” songs in total, but “Faded” marks his first single with Sony Music Sweden, and the first to achieve such global success.
While details are slim, Walker says he's currently working on his next single which he teased is in the same style as “Faded” but “changes it up” a bit. He just performed at the X Games in Oslo and is planning on touring soon, including stops in the States.
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