Aim's work on Means of Production (1995-98) displays precision and skill. His beats are hard-hitting, infectious and intelligent, vastly surpassing peers like DJs Cam or Vadim. He sources everything from golden-age rap and soul to funky guitars and jazzy keys, engineering each track into a unified whole. His innovations include horrorcore "Demonique" and sunny "Original Stuntmaster" with extended samples from Evil Knievel. He also crafted "Phantasm," which merges a drive Hammond B-3 with Derrick May's "Strings of Life." Turner showed skill and expertise long before many trip-hop producers began tinkering with cut-and-paste hip-hop.