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Techno Dance Factory
  • Artist: Robert Gaza
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479197581
  • Item #: SRD919758
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 11/15/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Techno Dance Factory on CD

I started taking piano lessons when I was seven years old. I studied music for a long time to become a professional composer. Wrote music in many different genres: symphonies, quartets, sonatas, etc. I always aspired to bring unusual sounds to my musical works. Familiarity with synthesizers and computer gave me this opportunity. Our life somehow is organized. Life is impossible without rhythm and movement. Listen to your heart pulsation. Rhythm satiates our life daily. That's why dance music is so popular. The invention of synthesizers and software which generates different kinds of sounds of music extends the palette of musical compositions. Lately, I have been interested in electronic music. There are many different styles of electronic music in the world: such as Ambient, Breakbeat, House, Techno...I used various styles of electronic music for my last CD ' Techno Dance Factory'. For recording tracks of this CD I used software Fl Studio, Sonar, synthesizers Emx-1, DX200 and other. Right now, I am working on a huge project where I use sounds generated by the computer and samplers which imitate live musical instruments. Hopefully, my extensive experience of symphony orchestra instruments in combination with rhythms and sounds of modern electronic music will be successful.