How did you first get involved with synths and electronic sound?
I first got involved with electronic sound as a student at RMIT in Melbourne studying Media Arts. My first exposure to synths was with a Yamaha DX7. My first piece of outboard gear was an Ensoniq ASR10 that ran on floppy disks and had a 5mb sample capacity! It was also extremely heavy to carry up and down stairs.
How would you describe the sounds you make today?
Where do you find inspiration, what motivates you?
What’s been one of the most rewarding or satisfying moments of your journey so far?
And the most challenging?
Do you have a current ‘go to’ set up at MESS? Any favourite machines or combos that you’re currently digging?
Are there any machines in the MESS collection you’ve had your eye on but haven’t tried yet?
If you could give yourself one piece of advice when you first started what would it be?
Be kind to yourself – don’t be afraid to stand still for a while and listen.