There are so many ways to go about it! You could just use an iPad if you wanted. I use a Mac with an audio interface, mic, and speakers. I guess those are the main items. All of the synths are software.
Do you have updates and downloads of new music? I work for a non-profit station in New Hampshire (USA) and would love to play it on my show called The Groove (www.facebook.com/thegrooveshow) Let me know and thanks
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I'm happy to get you anything you'd like. I appreciate your reaching out! Feel free to email me at email@example.com anytime. There is a free downloads album at http://music.colortheory.com, but we don't have to limit ourselves to that.
80's synthpop + EDM + classical piano
No question, but I am prompted to say that I have seen Depeche Mode in concert and I am awed by Color Theory's construct to pay homage to such a great UK act, whilst forging its own sounds; such good taste! Really pleased to have found you.
Thanks for the kind words Nicholas! I'm pleased you found me too. :)
It's definitely hard to choose! I first fell in love with "Somebody" and then the whole Some Great Reward album, and then everything after that :). "Stripped" was a real standout as well. I remember buying the vinyl the day it came out.
Hey Andy! The Cure and The Smiths, along with DM, were my holy trinity through high school and most of college. I also was heavily influenced by Japan/David Sylvian.
Good question! I don't have a good answer. Historically, that would be Depeche Mode. Now? Whatever I'm listening to at the time, I guess.
I grew up on Depeche Mode, The Cure, and The Smiths. Beyond that holy trinity, David Sylvian is my biggest influence. Though I doubt you hear that in my music!
I don't think I'll do another. Sorry. Maybe a song or two though!