I started out playing the piano, but I didn't get really interested in composing until I was introduced to progressive rock in 1977. Two or three years later I got interested in computers and synths, and I built my first synth, the PAiA P4700/J. In the last few years I feel that the technology has reached the level I had dreamed of having all those years ago.
I have a hard time labeling my music, but it has definite influences from progressive rock, electronic and classical styles. I hope you enjoy it!
Genesis, Camel, Happy the Man, UK, Pink Floyd, Peter Gabriel, Yes, Beatles, Vangelis, Classical ...
Sonar Platinum Producer, Sound Forge 11.0
NI Kontakt, B4, Guitar Rig 4
Spectrasonics: Omnisphere/Atmosphere, Trilian/Trilogy, Stylus RMX, Symphony of Voices, Hans Zimmer Guitars 1 & 2
EastWest/Quantum Leap: Stormdrum, Voices of Passion, Gypsy, Ministry of Rock, SD2, RA, MOR2
Sample Logic Cinematic Guitars
Vir2 Electri6ity, Acoustic Legends
8DIO/Tonehammer Barbary, Francesca, Ambient Guitar, Epic Guitars, Emotional Piano...
Steinberg Virtual Guitarist 2
Prominy LPC Clean Electric Guitar and PCP-80 libs
VSL Horizon Overdrive and Concert guitar libs
PMI Piano libs, Sample Tekk White Grand
Bela D Media Diva Classical Female Soloists
Yamaha MOX8, AKG C3000 mic, JBL and M-Audio monitors