"Your Audio Request Is My Command"
Oriente Star Sound (OSS) is an audio production brand founded DJ Green Papi in 2000.
It specialises in digital audio production, editing and design.
Areas of specialisation
• audio editing for dance choreography routine.
• production of DJ drop, radio's ident/programme, sweepers, jingles, and mixtapes.
• audio recording/production of voiceovers, podcast, and vocals for instrumental tracks.
• sound editing/post-production for short films, animation, and multimedia applications.
• song-writing/music production including digital mixing/mastering—for demo purposes.
• DJ specialised in mainstream hip-hop, r&b, throwback 80's & '90s, salsa, timba, urban Cuban/Latin beats, and tropical/Caribbean vibes.
• 1-2-1 DJ workshop for beginners—introduction (from analog to digital), technical parts, cueing, beat matching, phrasing, harmonic mixing, basic scratching technique and general tips.
Gear: Technics 1210 MK2, Pioneer CDJ 1000 MK3, and DDJ-SR controller.
A multi-genre, versatile club DJ/audio producer with over 30 years of experience in the field. Born in Guantánamo—a province in the eastern region of Cuba known as Oriente—which is the cultural foundation that fuels his original style and inspired the name of his brand ORIENTE STAR SOUND.
Since his arrival in London in 1995, he has been soaking the city's musical multicultural scene. His DJ set has come to prominence with an eclectic selection of mainstream danceable beats seasoned with the heady essence of his Cuban/Caribbean roots. The broad spectrum of his analog/digital music collection ranges from classical, jazz, funk, soul and Latin to r&b, hip hop, dancehall and afro-beat. Green Papi's urban-dance background, artistic versatility and multi-genre experience makes him an authentic party DJ.
Since 2000, his passion for sound led him to take several music/audio production courses. He is a graduate with a Bachelor in Science (BSc) Second Class (Upper Division) Honours in Music Technology and a Master in Arts (MA)—Merit—in Audio Production. He has edited the sound for several moving-image projects including the audio for the East End Film Festival 2016's animated sting and the short film "Demons".
In 2007, he embarked on his music/audio production career and has never looked back. He is responsible for developing the bashylongo Latin music style (a Cuban timba/timbatón's derivative) featuring on his 2013's Elemento EP. He has produced numerous music production projects collaborating with UK, Cuban/Latin and international artists. He has also produced a high quality catalogue of DJ-mixes with over 30 Mixcloud's uploads, some of them reaching 24th and 19th place on the Mixcloud's Latin Chart.
He is currently engaged in the production of some exciting up-coming projects taking the quality of his work to higher dimensions.