Tech company Native Instruments has released a brand new video feature on Noah "40" Shebib – the Grammy-winning producer behind the sound of Drake’s innovative productions. In the video, Noah talks about building his Toronto studio with workflow in mind, shares insights into his production techniques, and explains how Maschine and Komplete Kontrol fit into his philosophy of simplicity.

In addition to Drake, the studio has also become the home for Toronto's new generation of producers including Nineteen85 ("Hotline Bling") and Majid Jordan.

Although 40 is mainly known for creating Drake's sound, his expertise can also be heard on tracks from Beyonce, Lil Wayne, Alicia Keys, Action Bronson and Jamie Foxx. A comprehensive playlist featuring his wide production credits is currently available on Spotify.

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