TEE has been producing, writing, and teaching music for over 10 years. He has worked on several global successes, including two of Billboard Hot 100’s biggest hits of the decade – triple-platinum-selling singles “Here” by Alessia Cara and “Too Good” by Drake, ft Rihanna.
Terence "TEE" Lam
- Toronto ON Canada
Upon graduating from the Audio Production & Engineering program at Metalworks Institute in 2010, TEE joined multi-platinum award-winning production company Kuya Productions as a producer/songwriter. He went on to produce the 2014 Juno award-winning R&B/Soul record of the year, "Can't Choose" by JRDN.
TEE's versatile production style allows him to cross various genres and work with artists from around the world. He's written for some K-pop’s biggest acts – EXO (“Stay”), Suho (“Dinner”), and D.O. (“That’s Okay”) among others – yielding several million streams on Spotify and Youtube. His foray into electronic music has garnered credits on songs by Adventure Club (“Need Your Heart”) and DVBBS (“Wicked Ways”). Most recently, TEE co-wrote Kaskade’s and Meghan Trainor’s 2019 summer single “With You”.
As an Ableton Live power user who mainly works with other songwriters and artists, TEE has refined a workflow within Live that puts an emphasis on making great songs. In addition to making music, he loves teaching workshops and masterclasses and creating production tools for other Live users. TEE is currently developing a platform to share his custom-made sound presets, templates and other resources to enhance Live users' music-making experience. For more information visit promu.io
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