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""Messiah Project started like anything fine in life - as a release. I began making music on a shitty midi-sounding program called Dance Factory that my friend and cohort The Monarch a.k.a. The Good Doctor bought sometime around 1999. I spent nearly every weekend at his house creating basic electronic tracks with samples from movies and my voice, mastering the program, refining my sound, strengthening my addiction. Months passed and eventually I began spending less time with the Doctor and consequently my ambitions in music slowly dwindled. That is until The Good Doctor wrote me a prescription: a compilation of the tracks I had created with Dance Factory. Soon I was feeling all perky and happy and shit. I decided to get my own music program - a NEW music program. I settled on Sonic Foundry's Acid Pro 3.0 and Messiah Project was born. I have used the same program ever since, never upgrading or experimenting with other programs. I think this decision has greatly defined my sound. Though I have used the same program for over a decade to produce eleven albums I never fell short of ideas or new methods of manipulating sound. In short, I will always have something musical to get off my chest, be it with Messiah Project or any of the other projects with which I am affiliated (M6D, to-be-named folk project). Stay tuned.
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