Later, his passion for electronics and technology would lead him to complete a degree in Electrical Engineering at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. The integration of these backgrounds formed a hybrid musical endeavor: Electrolife. What started as an artist management and event production entity later expanded to encompass a client-driven audio mastering studio and comprehensive CD production service strictly dedicated to the electronic dance music community and founded on Implicit’s emergent expertise. Outside of the technical realm, Implicit’s DJ accomplishments include playing some of the top clubs in the US and Canada and recording over a dozen mix CDs. In 2002, URB Magazine published a glowing review of his CD “Archetype” in their December issue and followed it soon after in 2003 with a full-page feature about the DJ himself.
Later that year, “Archetype” would go on to land Implicit the runner-up spot in BPM Culture Magazine’s “Next on the Decks” DJ competition. In addition to DJ performances, Implicit has been in the studio honing his skills for publication of future original music production. Today, Implicit’s hybrid career continues to unfold. Technically, he is working to develop new methodologies in Digital Signal Processing as a member of the research staff at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Artistically, he is collaborating on musical development with colleagues worldwide and continuing experimentation with avant-garde performance techniques fusing both live production and traditional DJ mixing.
He is also one the writers and editors at FunkyHouseMusic.com - a web portal dedicated news and information about house music. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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