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Edde Edman or Edde Cavalcanti, is a musician and pioneer in electronic music in his home-town of Recife, Brazil. His work has been appreciated by and performed on the radio since 1989, long before the modern convenience of YouTube on the internet.
Edde is a very creative musician and sound designer with over 25 years of experience as a composer, producer, and programmer in the recording studio.
His experience is vast starting back in the era of the cassette tape. He has worked with everything from MIDI, mini disc, DAT, CD, DVD to PC. And eventually ended up in digital media on the computer. Because of this, he has witnessed the evolution of MIDI to a digital format on the PC.
Edde is very experienced in electronic music, synthpop and dance remixes. He started playing music when he was very young, but began programming in 1989 with Yamaha Recife Musical Instruments, where he worked as a MIDI programmer (sequencers). It was around this time that he also started to compose his own songs often performing for local radio stations.
He has done work for German companies and recorded a nationally published CD in Brazil. Speaking of Brazil, Edde has worked as an audio producer and sound designer for numerous Radio, TV, Movie and FX tracks. Over the years in his studio he has recorded all of the famous artists in his area receiving many compliments for the technical quality of his work.
Edde has had songs published in magazines and on CDs and won the Som Livre contest in the dance category with a song titled, "friend". In addition, while in partnership with vocalist Sergio Dourado, he placed seventh among more than 500 bands and more than 1000 songs in a Transamérica radio contest covering all of Brazil .
When asked to talk about his work Edde says, "I make songs, with descent arrangements, melody and harmony, everything well planned and well designed and not just a rhythmic beat with repeated vocals. I studied music but my inspiration comes from my soul and I let God sing through my hands.”