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Jorge Sergio
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My "band" is only me, working in my little studio and trying to make my own music, who is a real passion for me.
Why this name?
It's my name.
Do you play live?
I played live in the past, a lot of times, but never alone with my synths and performing my own music (except in a couple of times). I've been the keyboardist of several no-professional bands (including pop, rock and folk styles) and some "Festive Orchestras". There were a lot of funny moments, when playing in little spanish villages, as when we leave to a whole village without electricity because of the power of our sound and lightning. Playing live is always fantastic, when you feel the audience close to you.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Internet has both a nice and a dark face. You can show your work easily, but the offering is so big, that sometimes the music can be converted in a couple of megabytes. But I know that a lot of people can enjoy a lot of music that would never listen o without the net. I prefer to see the nice face :)
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
I've never done... But I would like to do it.
Your influences?
In fact I have a lot of musical influences. I'm not sure if all the music that I like appears in my way of making music (as I work with synthesizers and electronic devices) but I listen to a bunch of different bands and musicians. I like folk, electronica, pop, rock, progressive and symphonic rock, classical music, minimalist music, world music (the world is big, big...), new-age, and etc, etc. I really enjoy listening to the music everywhere.

I like a lot of styles, but I can't play most of the instruments, of course. Eventually my music is electronica close to Jean Michel Jarre, Vangelis, The Classic Berlin School, well... that's what I suppose :)

Classic and Berlin School Electronica. Symphonic and progressive Rock. Techno-Pop, World Music, New Age.
Favorite spot?
I like the city where I was born. I like the city where I live.
Equipment used:
Real and Virtual digital/analog synthesizers
Anything else...?
Music is fantastic, but sorry, I can't describe with words what the music means to me.