While I have a day job that I love, my second passion in life is to make experimental music. While perhaps not appealing to a wider audience, I am trying to break away from trying to fit into any particular genre although I do look to the early composers of electronic music for inspiration. I am hoping that my own experiment might inspire others to break away from the endless cliches of modern electronic music and once again put creativity on the forefront.
My latest project is calked "Fire Giver". It is a musical portral of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein - The New Promethius". Not the movie but the book which is nothing like the movie.
I continue to be inspired by many electronic artists but I do have a special appreciation of early electronic artists who did so much with so little and often involved tedius work to get a good result.
While I do not consider my music classical I take more if my inspiration from classical composers. I have a social interest in tbe classical roots of Electronic Music. I have no interest in dance music or many of the pop uses if electronic music.
I do have a strong interest in real musical instruments both their history, orchestration and acoustics. Many world and exotic instruments find their way into my music, I have an extensive library of sampled instruments.
I also continue to be inspired by music therapists. I remain both an advocate for their work but I also draw from their simpler approach to music. Electronic artists such as myself love gear and all sorts of technical geeky stuff. But I find at tines their simpler approach to music grounding. And, as a result, a number of my works I have inside by them havevtheir own set on SoundCloud.