my musical experience grew when my friends and i started our first bands. metal and punk were dominating not only our playlists but also our appearances. practicing, concerts, festivals and the first recording-sessions sucked me in and should never spit me out again.
developing the quality of my recordings the next milestone came across during studying. well, it didn't really came across gently, actually hit me full speed - unintended. house or any kind of electronic music wasn't really the type of music i liked listening to. one day my roommate asked me, if i could create some kind of a housy party-jingle for an event he was djing. “sure, that should be super-easy” - words i started to regret shortly after.
the genre i believed to be the least sophisticated was the genre i failed so hard to create. this was my musical turning point and incentive at the same time, cause i couldn't really accept my failure. this process forced me reconsidering my earlier statements on electronic music and helped me thriving a lot.
it took me a while learning pattern, techniques, soundscapes and even artists i felt connected to. combined with my earlier influences all together formed the musical individual i am today.