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David Lovas began producing electronic music around December of 2010 -

Ever since then, he has been quickly nearing the level of a professional music producer - Each new track being much better than the previous one.

Inspired by the likes of Armin van Buuren, Ralph Barendse, DJ Orkidea, Amon Tobin, Mark Sixma, and many more, David aims to one day join them in the elite ranks of electronic music production.

All of David's tracks feature sounds that he creates by himself. Each one individually, and diligently programmed on a synthesizer of his choosing. Never will he use presets or outsource for his sounds.

His favorite equipment to use consists of his two main Hardware Synths, the Ensoniq Fizmo, and the Roland JP8000.

Some of David's software consists of U-he's Zebra2, and LennarDigital's Sylenth1 synths, as well as MusicLab's RealGuitar2, and Spectrasonics' Omnisphere and Trilian.

He uses FL Studio as his main DAW.

Upon his acquisition of the Ensoniq Fizmo, David became entranced with the board, and all that it had to offer. He promptly formed the "Ensoniq Fizmo Users" Facebook Group, which currently has over 50 members.

The Group can be located at http://www.facebook.com/groups/fizmo

David is also an active member on a number of music related forums.

Number one being The Vintage Synth Explorer, of which David is a supporter. It can be located at http://www.vintagesynth.com

He is also fairly active on the TranceAddict forums (http://www.tranceaddict.com), and most recently the Image-Line forums (www.forum.image-line.com)

David will not follow you if you spam him. It's really easy to tell when someone is doing that.

David Lovas David Lovas, United States


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