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Check out the interview LyonHart did with Talenthouse! - http://blog.talenthouse.com/2011/11/01/featured-musician-dennis-gagliardotto/
The sounds that you hear are not just synthetic or artificial. They are not just a couple of buttons pressed down over a span of time. This American producer from North Carolina Dennis Gagliadortto aka LyonHart wants every string, every crash, every kick, every build, and every break to tell a story from beginning to end, with each piece of sound configured to convey exactly what he feels.
As an artist, LyonHart has the Trance genre as his weapon of choice: "Trance isn't just something I listen to and produce. It is something I will perpetually breathe, live and have a passion for. Trance isn't biased. Trance isn't pretentious. Trance is love and it's that exact same love I want to share with the world and express through my music. I want to do something to the trance sound that has yet to be done."
I do mostly instrumentals for the reason that I like to let the music speak for itself. Each instrument has its own sound that expresses palpable energy and tells a story through its progression. With this, I want to ensure that people are still able to delve into something personal and unique, whether it is nostalgic or perfectly new. That in itself is how strength is built. That's what I love about music. Everyone can construct an aggregate of experiences through something as seemingly simple as sound.
Getting inspiration from the major artists, like Armin van Buuren and BT, LyonHart keeps an openmind about the Trance genre, departing from the norm and manipulating sounds and styles to bring something new to the scene.
"I want to produce music that people can connect to and play sets that are emotive and touch others, just as I've been touched by the sounds of Electronic Dance Music."
~ Carol Galli, beatsmedia