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I started at a very early age with music, when I was 5 or 6 years old. I grew up with that respect and love for her and I studied solfeggio from 7 to 13 years old. I gave up my musical studies at that time, and I became more interested in learning about music production through computers… The sampler phenomenon at the early nineties, was very fashionable at the time. I wanted to learn how to do what I loved and heard on the radio stations, and learn how to give shape to my compositions. It became almost obsessive in me to get keyboards, computers that would allow me to achieve that goal, and even with some difficulties, I was entering the world of production. For some years I wrote music in radio stations, creating jingles and tunes and over time fantastic opportunities arose, to work with several very important artists in my country and write songs for them. This gave me an invaluable experience, which I try to apply in my daily life and work.
I used to produce House, Techno, Dance, Chill-out, Hardstyle… but my influences always led me to incorporate orchestral arrangements into my work, even if the style was very electronic. There was always some orchestral winks, no matter how small they were… I was passionate about advertising soundtracks, and also about the music of James Horner, Danny Elfman, Harry Gregson-Williams, Hans Zimmer, John Williams. They were like a drug for me… And it was important to go to the movies to listen their work in action.
I remember that watching the first trailer of The Lord of the Rings, I heard a track that broke my schemes, and it was like a catalyst for me. That was “Gothic Power”, by composer Christopher Field. I used to think, like many people, that trailer music was part of the soundtrack, but when I bought it and didn’t find that track that I liked so much, it made me think that something was different from my approach. I became more interested in the topic, discovering how the trailer industry really worked shortly afterwards. What I didn’t know is that this interest would become so strong that it would lead me to work in the same industry years later, after starting doing demos for sample libraries.