In 1991, recording artist B. McCarthy, a.k.a. Aquatherium introduced me to recording, and we worked on several projects using Cakewalk, a Commodore 64, a Juno 106, and an Akai sampler.
In 1992, I befriended musician Moby and he invited me to join him on tour. I gladly accepted and enjoyed my first touring experience. Upon my return, I found Trancefusion Music with Eric DeSouza, aka DJ Jazz-e. We recorded a few projects and played throughout the U.S. and Canada as Trancefusion.
Since the birth of Trancefusion, I recorded an original artist album called The Tribal Realm; produced a variety of progressive trance, tribal, and break beat dance singles, remixes; and released several compilation mixes, including the Acid Factor Series.
Sixteen years of recording, performing live, and spinning blessed me with the opportunity to share my music and the creation of other artists with dance music enthusiasts worldwide. It's 2009, and I continue to record and gig, and enjoy every moment of it!
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