I'm a pretty versatile sound guy. I have been friends with music and sound since elementary school. The piano helped me get through a lot, though I never wanted to make a career out of it for I was frightened it would become a tool to make money more than an instrument to enjoy. Then I discovered the world Digital Audio Workstation in high school, and the infinite possibilities of creating music on a computer. It has a better memory than me. Next thing I know is that I always end up playing around audio, even when I should be striving to pass my college classes. All along I kept myself very close to "FM Synthesis", which is a dangerously complicated form of making sounds as well as one of the most flexible ones. After failing college, I went to Musitechnic and finally discovered how immensely vast the world of audio is compared to what I convinced myself in the past. I also found a profound passion for the post-production and the sound effects. A few years later, you have me now. The domain is quite hard and I haven't found a full-time job in it yet. I keep myself busy with contracts here and there, cleaning audio recordings for videos, making musical soundtracks for choreography, recording vocals, even live DJ-ing sometimes.