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My band, of course, is me. I've been making MP3s using Reason for a while - I've made a plethora of MIDIs in the past, but I just feel like showing my newer stuff off here.
Why this name?
It's been my online alias since 1995.
Do you play live?
I compose stuff on my home computer. Special moments? One time I was using Reason, a hot babe IM'd me, inviting me to visit her 100% free webcam site. That was great.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Makes people have a much better knowledge of music as a whole, introduces people to new ideas and helps inspire them, and returns music to its original state as free intellectual ideas. I feel reeeeely reeely bad for the fat cats that get salaries of fifteen million instead of sixteen million every year due to piracy issues, though. :'(
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
As a composer, yes. I probably should do something with my college education in Music.
Band History:
I was created by my mom and dad; Reason was created by Propellerhead Software.
Your influences?
TaQ and other BEMANI, Dntel, Hybrid, Nobuo Uematsu of Final Fantasy fame, onoken/cranky/paraoka/the rest of the Japanese amateur electronica scene, the usual alternative rock radio shit, my friends.
Favorite spot?
UC Santa Cruz, where I go, is pretty rad.
Equipment used:
Reason 2.5 and, occasionally, my KORG SP-100 keyboard.
Anything else...?
You can also find this music, as well as a lot of my older MIDI stuff, at http://www.jeffreyatw.com/midi.shtml