It was during a cold december night. My old trusty MS-20 was looking at me from its dark case. Feeling vaguely guilty, I powered it up, plugged a few cable and added my looping rig output in the External signal Processor. And then, from its old circuitry, the beautiful analog beast added its voice to my mashed up guitar sound. Five hours later, I had a few nice improvised tunes that I decided to release one day. That day has come.
All my musical activities are centered around live looping and sampling. I'm a guitarist, first and foremost; but in the interest of attempting to create singularly expressive music, I also consider myself a loopist, and a texturalist. It is the brain buzz I get from the freedom of having a loop-oriented way of composing music that helps me find myself on a regular sonic basis, reminds me who I am, what I am about.