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I really don't know where to categorize myself in the music world. I just do what I love to do. My music itself is just a representation what what I was capable of doing at the time of creation. I'm always trying to learn.
Currently, I am living in the "everything is bigger" state, Texas in San Antonio. For now, all I can do here is make music from what I know. Soon, I will be moving to the northern Austin, southern Round Rock area for school in music.
I got my real start in music when I moved back to Okinawa, Japan. There I went to a US school on a military base. Kubasaki High School. I was already into my second year of HS by the time I got there. As I chose my classes, my school councilor had asked me what I wanted for my elective for that year. A year or two ago, I had started to become interested in music by one individual who still influences me in a major way. Imogen Heap. That day I chose my classes, the elective I chose was Choir. Even with less than one year of learning how to read music when I was in middle school, I picked up a lot of and did better than expected. With Imogen Heap as my idol, and me singing every other day, music had finally become part of me. As time passed, I became interested in making music digitally. I found this medium to be FL Studios. Although I had seem many other programs, such as Sibelius, Pro Tools, and GarageBand, I think FL Studios was the best choice for me. With almost 5 years of using FL Studios under my belt, I have built up lots of "songs" roughly below about 200 songs. Although I have many "songs" I feel for the past 3 years I have hit a ceiling with FL studios. Feeling like I'm getting no where, I've finally decided to to to school and learn as much as I possibly can to advance and push myself to become a better artist. Although I may not have "big" plans, I want to do big things and be someone of importance. Fame is just one of these "big" things I will strive for.
One thing I'd like to try is collaboration with another artist. Please feel free to ask me about collaborating. Its always good to get yourself everywhere.
I'd also love to hear feedback.
Updated April 26, 2012.