Music production can be traced back to 1989 when my parents bought me the Commodore Amiga ‘Batman Pack’. While it was primarily for gaming, I soon became aware of just how many other things it was capable of. And with a couple of friends, we picked up Dynamic Drums. It was crude and clunky, but probably quite advanced for its time.
It wasn’t long before I moved on to Protracker, the Amiga’s music tracker sequencer. I think it was free, so that was a bonus. As a novice – and not musically trained – I found it hard to get to grips with and I returned to games pretty quickly. I should have stuck with it as by this stage I was obsessed with the production and remixing talents of Shep Pettibone. I didn’t ever play an instrument, I just wanted to do what Shep did.
I've released a few things over the years and have contributed on a number of songs for Edinburgh artists, but it wasn't until January 2021 I started releasing solo productions and remixes again.
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