When I was a child I always dreamt of I was going to be a musician. I was impressed by guitars, especially by the 80's pop and progressive rock, progressive beat guitars. They were so unique and exciting. That time turned up the first synthesizers as well. I won’t forget when I first listened to Oxygene by Jean-Michel Jarre in stereo... it was so frenetic experience... Later when I founded the The Fourth Dimension Project, I often tried to reproduce famous guitar sounds. Although I have tones of virtual guitar instruments, it isn’t evident how to find the exact sound. There are huge amount of amplifiers, loudspeakers, chorus, flanger, reverb and delay effects, compressors, limiters, etc. on the market; you can create very similar sound but the exact one is almost impossible. My personal favorite guitar players are Edgar Froese (Tangerine Dream), Mike Oldfield and Ian Bairnson (The Alan Parsons Project), so I tried to learn playing the guitar as they did. I love listening to Andreas Vollenweider as well, his harp playing technic is really awesome. My idea was to playing the guitar similarly as he did with harps. So on the one hand I tried to be similar to these famous musicians, but on the other hand I wanted to find my unique sound. Similarly with synthesizers, it’s hard and very painful process to create your outstanding, exciting sounds. It is a recurring dilemma that you should spend your time on creating new sounds or just use your synth libraries.
If you check my music out you can see that I always want to do something new, something different. It is so important to me to use varied chords, interesting tunes, diverse synthesizer sounds. I hope you will enjoy my music as much as I did when I was composing it.
Welcome to the world of TFDP!