I now produce under my real name, Mark Ridlen. Check out my recent work here: http://soundcloud.com/mark-ridlen
Introspective Journeys is a one man electronica project that generally goes the way of symphonic/progressive. I have been into writing old school electronica lately, as well as my own blend of orchestral and techno. Like alternate time signatures like 7/8, 12/8, 6/8, or 10/8? I tend to use plenty of those in my music.
You might want to check out my industrial/rap sideproject, Isotope Lab. http://www.soundclick.com/isotopelab
Big thanks to all my fans (yes all three of you!). I'm getting about 12-60 plays per day, and I would just like to express my thanks for your listening to my music.
Started a few years back. Used to sequence for Yahmaha DJX, but now using Buzz (http://buzzmachines.com).
Yes, but under the name "Truth and Regret."
Lately I've been listening to Linkin Park (one of the more innovative bands these days), but I also like Juno Reactor, Galbatron (mp3.com/galbatron), Pink Floyd, and William Orbit to name a few.
Whatever I have. I prefer software. Right now I'm using Jeskola Buzz. It works wonders. At first I didn't like the tracker interface, but it is growing on me more and more. In fact, I would reccommend it highly. Some people have a genuine hate of that program, but I (and my 150 synths, and my 300 effects) have the last laugh. I am using a Terratec 24/96 card for ASIO, and it is working wonders. I'm working on recording vocals right now. Buzz also works great for an FX processor, in conjunction with my Johnson uk-120 ukulele (no, really!). I'm running a Yamaha DJX as well as a Yamaha CS2x. I hope to own a modular someday.
Mind of the Machine, a free album has been released, feel free to download and donate at: http://softcheese.net/mridlen/