Beyette was born when a music-making addiction took over a hopeful future film director's career. After composing 7 instrumental albums, Beyette took on a new rock sound with the live/fully vocalized production, "Change". Beyette is featured on Bullmoose's shelves, worldwide on all the popular music stores, and on the counter of the Brighton Ave 7-Eleven in Portland, Maine, Friday nights.
Beyette has been composing and performing music since January 2000.
In 2008, after 7 albums and many instruments, the album, "Change" started a new era for Beyette. Finally released in 2009, after two genuine release attempts, the new album only has two sequenced layers, everything else is performed on a live instrument. There's a new limitation that has empowered the consistent sound (new to the Beyette style) of the entire album and that is the discipline behind being restricted to instruments that could be played in a 6 piece band. The new sound is that of alternative rock which is a departure from the instrumental explorations of the previous 7 albums.
2008 saw that Beyette has also become a live act. After three rearrangements of the live players, the next show should be a big success.
Dustin Beyette : Vocals, Keyboards & Synths, Electric Bass, Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Beats, Programming, Arranging, Songwriter, Composer
Morgan Palmer - As bassist
Mat White - As guitarist
- As keyboardist
Cornell Welch - As percussion/drums
James Lowry - As bassist
- As guitarist
Tim Britting - As bassist
G Dubbs - As Backup Vocals & DJ
I've played at the Station, in Portland ME, and I liked it. The Big Easy was something else.
Nine Inch Nails, Beck, Jamiroquai, Prodigy, David Bowie, Danny Elfman, Alan Silvestri, Rammstein, Primus, Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Noisia
Dustin Beyette Uses:
-Acer Aspire 7735Z Laptop
-FL Studio Producer Edition
-Native Instruments FM8
-XLN Audio Addictive Drums
-Toontrack EZ Drummer
-M-Audio Oxygen 61 MIDI Controller
-M-Audio AV30 Studio Monitors
-Hofner Icon B-Bass
-Dean Playmate Edge Bass
-Behringer Xenyx 1002B Hardware Mixer
-Behringer UCA202 Audio Interface
-Behringer HPS3000 Studio Monitor Headphones (Thanks Josh!)
-Behringer HPX2000 DJ style Headphones
-Korg NanoKontrol B MIDI Controller
-Korg AX3B Modeling Effects Processor
-Vox Amplug (Metal) Headphone Amp
-Rode NT1-A Condenser Microphone (Props to "T" from Kennedy Park!)
-Shock Mount for Rode NT1-A
-Giant boom stand (it holds the mic over your head)
-First Act Lapharp
-Yamaha SHS-10 FM Synth Keytar
-Boss OD-1 Overdrive Guitar Pedal
-Danelectro Pepperoni Phaser Guitar Pedal
-Behringer Bass Overdrive Guitar Pedal
-B.C. Rich Devastator Amplifier
-Isolated Mic Booth
Thanks for everything, my friends and fans!