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Lagomorpha

Lagomorpha

Lagomorpha


Lagomorpha startet making music in 1997, when the first version of the Propellerheads "ReBirth" was released. The possibility to make 303-Sounds with a computer-programm was so inspiring, that he first song "Alligator" was produced shortly after "ReBirth" was released. In the following years Lagomorpha changed from the simple ReBirth to Cubase, bought his first "real" Synthesizer, a Quasimidi Sirius, and trained himself in producing and songwriting. Read more on Last.fm
Lagomorpha startet making music in 1997, when the first version of the Propellerheads "ReBirth" was released. The possibility to make 303-Sounds with a computer-programm was so inspiring, that he first song "Alligator" was produced shortly after "ReBirth" was released. In the following years Lagomorpha changed from the simple ReBirth to Cubase, bought his first "real" Synthesizer, a Quasimidi Sirius, and trained himself in producing and songwriting. With mp3.com, Lagomorpha found a first platform for bringing his songs to the people. With success: The staff of mp3.com made his song "October Nights" to a featured song and called it "A slow and dreamy trancer.". Today Lagomorpha is still working with his Sirius, but the Synthesizer now has the main-function as a Masterkeyboard: The sounds are coming again from the Propellerheads, but now from their software "Reason". His style? Well, Lagomorpha gets inspired by Paul van Dyk, BT - and Hans Zimmer.

The mixture of all these styles come together in a very unique sound, which can be best described as "Lagomorpha Style". 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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