I’ve always been a listener of music, but not much of a musician. The only instruments I played in the past are on someone's living room’s synthesizers with the preset pad sounds and plucking at random acoustic guitars. I did grow up in a musical school town but never had the intention to take any lessons. I befriended local bands back in college, and one friend told me, I should grab an instrument but never did. Although, I wasn’t so bad at selecting Cassette Tapes to CDs when it comes to recording my playlists to listen to in my car or showing off with friends at work doing assembly lines in Silicon Valley. Then I got into computers from a Graphic Design school and later discovered it is possible to make music from computers. It didn’t take overnight but having the ears for musical sounds helps along the way. Most of the electronic music projects I do today are original. I also like mixing royalty-free samples in my tracks; if I get a hold of vinyl records or cassette tapes as samples, I have to be a little careful and do some unrecognizable changes if I plan to get it published as an album. Besides that, making melodies from electronic sounds from scratch became second nature. I am also curious about the next step towards evolving electronic music as one of my artistic freedom of choice.