I own a collection of all the Beatles albums in 180 grams heavyweight mono vinyl.
Speakers. They bring sound and music from all over the world to my ears.
My 2 kids.
A Dave Smith Sequential Prophet 6 analog synthesizer. A truly inspirational instrument, capable of unbelievable warm and subtle sounds.
The Original Soundtrack for Interstellar. Hans Zimmer goes back to basics by using only a church organ to create an intense, emotional soundtrack. It was so impactful it got stuck in my head for months!
My concert grand piano. A restored Ibach antique from 1921.
The first and the last hour. The first, because this is where the magic happens: The core idea comes to life, right from the gut. The last hour, because in this hour the piece can go from pretty good to fucking awesome. If I’m lucky.
When a project forces me to write music or create sound that is outside my comfort zone.
Creating sound for the new XBOX international campaign. Here I translated the real dreams of a visually impaired gamer into a 9D audio experience.
To follow my dreams.
I try to avoid failure, which I know is a bad thing. We should embrace failure as it is the basis of all our creative growth. For most big clients, ‘failure is not an option’, but hey, we can fail during the process and still deliver perfectly in the end.
Getting an internship at one of the hottest music studios in Los Angeles.
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