In-house self-taught wannabe developer focused on one part of game developer call - audio. Tracker modules, few even chip-tunes, started appearing in his two by two room. As time passed, around 1998 he transitioned to PC and mingled with Buzz, Reason, Fruity and later Ableton.
Beginnings were mostly sample based, but as he learned more about applications he used and got influenced more and more, music started to be more original and by 2001 he would start making handcrafted tracks.
Most of the songs date back to 2002 to 2005 when most of the work has been produced.
By that point tracks as "Comik Bakery", "Friends", We Came As One", "Venom Strike" and others were completed.
In 2003 he won Digital! magazine tech campaign for music.
Second burst of track making was in 2011 when he changed style and sailed away (no pun intended as he started working on a cruise liner) from what he would make before. He was influenced by Canadian Michael Henderson (now in @Wine for Minors) and even collaborated with him on "Phoenix".
Another stale period until he decided to go back to what he liked the most in 2018.
"Everything will be okay in the end. If it's not okay, it's not the end.”