The music and me, that's a very long story ... From the exploration of my grandmother's piano to the studio I have today, the road is quite long and has undergone several twists and turns. Some break sometimes, but to get stronger again. Two things have made me come into the world of synthesizers: The first is the top hit 1980 "Fade To Gray" (Visage) / Depeche Mode and Yazoo - Do not Go to have heard. I was 16 years old and had never heard any songs where the sounds were of synthetic origin. I've heard a bit of everything, variety, classics, rock (Elvis Presley, because I did not quote), and stuff like that. When I heard this cult title, I had a greater admiration for the notes I heard than for the melody of that song. The second thing was to listen to bands like Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Duran-Duran, Front 242 ... Since the title "Fade To Gray" I knew what I liked (global synthetic sounding somehow "pop / dance" oriented) So, from the height of my 16 years, I tried to discover more, thanks to my school friends and some free radios other groups than Visage. After hearing dozens of times the song "Relax" from Frankie Goes To Hollywood, as well as "U-Men" from Front 242 and / Depeche Mode, I'm going to make a decision that will change everything: Stop spending money, keep everything and buy a synthesizer.