klang-raum Rudi Jenischte It started around the age of nine, when I got my first musical instrument: a Bontempi organ. Since I developed a hearing for music quite early, I attended a music school a little later. But it was not really my idea of music because I had to play what was prescribed in the training materials. So I did not want to make music. I wanted to realize my own ideas, to compose my own music. "Every journey starts with the first step." So after five years I said goodbye to my music school and started to write music myself. (At this point, I would like to thank my music teachers, Mr. Gagesch and Mr. Burger, for supporting me in believing in music and making music come alive.) I'm not a fan of cover songs, because these people lack something: the creative spirit of creating one's own. First with paper and pencil, I later used the computer technology. My first sound machine was the Commodore C64. At this time a soundmachine par excellence. Continuation of an Amiga and the first personal computer. Inspired by Jean Michel Jarre, Kitaro, Oliver Shanti, Jan Hammer and John Carpenter to musicians like Christopher von Deylen (Schiller), I am now writing my own music. Those who can exploit their creative potential have a big advantage over others. Some people write in a journal. My diary is my music. In my songs, I use all my experiences and emotions. And for me it will always be a content of life to use my musical vein and write my journal in music. At that time, right at the beginning of my educational career, my music teacher Mr. Burger told me a phrase that accompanies me through the world of music: "Covering a song is something that many artists can do, but creating their own song is art."