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Alper KUL

Alper KUL

Alper KUL


Alper KUL started its first music studies and experiences at the age of 13 with his small electronic keyboard Casio PT 80. His years at Italian High School contributed very much for his first understanding western music styles and characteristics. He got his first music lessons from Mrs. Elizabetta Di Stefano. Then after several years passed to his first Yamaha Keyboard PSS 680. At 1991 he took first electronic keyboard classes from very famous Turkish composer Melih Kibar's production which named MELKI PRODUCTION. Read more on Last.fm
Alper KUL started its first music studies and experiences at the age of 13 with his small electronic keyboard Casio PT 80. His years at Italian High School contributed very much for his first understanding western music styles and characteristics. He got his first music lessons from Mrs. Elizabetta Di Stefano.

Then after several years passed to his first Yamaha Keyboard PSS 680. At 1991 he took first electronic keyboard classes from very famous Turkish composer Melih Kibar's production which named MELKI PRODUCTION. 1994 was the critical year for Alper KUL because of starting first sythesizer works with its Roland D 10. He did lots of compositions between 1994-1998.

10 years later he started again music, this time with a very developed Yamaha DGX 630 Portable Grand Piano. He is continuing his basic studies with this instrument. Meanwhile he started to work with Steinberg Cubase programming and he is trying to experience other MIDI capabilities. He is working in his home studio. TO LISTEN MORE AND BECOME Alper KUL's friend PLEASE VISIT www.alperkul.ning.com Read more on Last.fm.

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