1983 My first synthesizer Sequential Circuits Six-Trak 1985 My first sound computer Atari ST with C-Lab Creator 1988 My first A / D sampler AKAI S1000 1990 My first small equipment Yamaha SY-77 / Roland M160 / Roland SDE-1000 1995 Div. Synthesizer Sounds program by Marco Repetto 1996-2006 analog / sound Studio Frauenkappelen in Bern 2002 vinyl production DJ TRONI / one day 2009 production DJ Farone 2011 Studio building Analog / Digital in Zollikofen Bern 2012 Mastering nine seconds Irresolution 2013-2016 own productions and sounds programming 2017 Publish your own track. The music and me, that's a very long story ... From the exploration of my grandmother's piano to the studio that I have today, the road is quite long and has undergone several twists. Some break sometimes, but to get stronger again. Two things have made me enter the world of synthesizers: the first is the top hit 1980 "Fade To Gray" (Visage) / Depeche Mode and Yazoo - Do not Go to hear it. I was 16 years old and had never heard songs in which the sounds were of synthetic origin. I heard a bit of everything, variety, classic, 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 Goe's To Hollywood, Duran-Duran, Front 242 ... Since the title "Fade To Gray" I knew what I liked (global synthetic sounding somehow "pop / dance oriented") The height of my 16 years I tried to discover more, thanks to my school friend Thomas Schwarz, I succeeded in expanding the synthesizer. 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 it all and buy a synthesizer.