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SoundClick Interview

@Why this name? It comes from the fight club movie wich I love. Durden is that side of me that is more powerful than me but I can't show it by my self. Do you play live? I play for myself and the people who like my music. Maybe live someday. @How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry? Music to everyone, everywhere. @Would you sign a record contract with a major label? Maybe. @What's your Band History: I play music since I was 16 years old, starting with guitar. I entered the computer music about 8 years ago and I love producing. It's the way I can think and be quiet. In the production game I have learned to play with synths, guitars, bass and keyboards, and to do a lot of sound engineering. @Your influences? I play al kinds of music, mostly electronic sounds. @Bands you love. Te bands that I love are: NIN - Smashing Pumpkins - Radiohead - Depeche Mode - Massive Attack - Filter - Placebo - Portishead - Basement Jaxx - White Zombie - Marilyn Manson - Deftones - Chemical Brothers - Stone Temple Pilots - George Michael - U2 - Tool - Muse - Prodigy - Underworld - Queens of the stone Age - Audio Bullys - Kid Loco - Madonna - Faithless - Rinocerose - Dj Patife - Gustavo Cerati - Robi Draco Rosa - Enigma - Groove Armada - Moloko - Cold Play - No Doubt - Everything but the Girl - Modjo - Le Peuple de L'herbe - Antoine Clamaran - Ministry of Sound Releases - Tricky - Asian Dub Foundation - Orgy - Towa Tei - The Crystal Method - Boom Boom Satellites - Miss Kittin - Type O Negative - Danzig - Chevelle - Ladytron - Trs80 - Fluke - The Cardigans - U.N.K.L.E. - Eric Morilllo - And many others... You can find something of each one in my different songs maybe a little EQ'ed Hat or kick. @Equipment used: Hardware: My PC, The E-MU 1820m Soundcard, Behringer DI Box, M-Audio BX8a Monitors, Behringer Studio Headphones, a M-Audio Keystation 61 Midi Controller and an AKAI MPD24 Pad Controller. Software: Fruity for sequencing, Many VSTi and VST fx and Audition for mixing and mastering with Ozone. Gear: 2 Accoustic guitars, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, FXs by Boss and ZOOM, and an Fender Stage Amp. @Anything else...? My music goes from hard rock to ambient electronic so there's nothing in common, maybe the sad feeling. Please leave comments about the song, composition, production, anything you like about it.

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