I was four years old when I was just introduced to the world of music. My parents gifted me a keyboard and I put my fingers on it, playing it at will with childhood innocence. It was playful at first but the notes started engraving into my blank canvas. It impacted me to such an extent that at an age when I should be watching cartoons, I was busy rehearsing chords understanding the language of music.
It made me different from others, I stood out in almost every interschool competition. Deep down. I was enjoying all the attention, I fell like a young star destined for greatness. love for music was going on parallel with my studies. When I was around 13-14 years old, I went to visit a cousin of mine. We were seated in his study room and that is when I saw the track, “Not giving up on love” by Armin Van Buuren. What surprised me was there weren’t any Dye instruments and music for me was about instruments being played Sve.lwos perplexed and it tickled my curiosity that how does music without instrument sound so good? What was it and how did they pull that off?
I searched about it and as I explored, I come to the term. EDM, Electronic Dance Music. It was at its initial stages in the year 2009-2010. When I explored more, I recited that it has all the instruments playing together organized via software. It served as a perfect medium for me to enter into the electronic world of music. I downloaded the DAW Logic Pro as I luckily found its crack on the intemet. Later on, I got a DAW Ableton.
Now what proved o blessing to me was the immense amount of knowledge I had on music due to my background, it didn’t take me much time to go all blazing with the electronic aspect of music. Within a year I was making musical tracks, and by the time I was 17 years old, it gave me enough confidence to turn my musical ideas into reality.