In 1999, he moved up country and attended classes in computer-aided music production, where he learned to produce music by using synthesizers connected to computers. He focused on making progressive/melodic trance. His ability to combine strong harmonies with heavy dance-beats really took the dancefloors by storm and in 2002 he played live several times as a support act to famous artists like Bosson, Carola and Phasio. His debut single ’Dr Feelgood 2003’ was a cover of Cool James & Black Teacher's big hit from 1994. The new, fresh 2003 mix got very well received, stayed several weeks at Swedish Dance Chart and was soon added to major compilations like ’Dance Replay’ & ’Absolute Dance’.
The song was suddenly very popular among dj’s and found it’s way to the rest of Europe via internet and became a huge club hit. In 2004 he met acclaimed manager Tomas Jernberg and is now represented by Mind Management. In the late summer of 2005 Interphace released his debut album ’Injected Movements’. Studio: Computer HP T3060 AMD Athlon 64 3500+ 1024 Mb DDR-SDRAM 400 Gb SATA (2x200 Gb) 300 Gb External Hard Drive 19” HP TFT Flat Screens x 2 Hardware Pioneer IS-series 2x100w Monitors 2x300w Floor Speakers DJM-300S Performance Mixer Behringer DX 500 Pro Mixer CDJ-100S CD Deck x 2 Alto S-6 Mixing Console Yamaha CS2x Software Logic Platinum 5.3 Sound Forge 5.0 ReBirth RB-338 2.0 Reason 3.0 Vienna 2.3 Acid 3.0 Other Quik-Lok Z-555 Workstation MDR-V300 Sony Headphones http://www.interphace.se/pics/studio_nova_008.jpg Homepage http://www.interphace.se/ Edit by MadeByMe 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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