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When I was at college I discovered electronic dance music, or rather, I discovered that I could create music on a computer and then discovered
that with a little bit of equipment I could make tracks that were pretty close to what was coming out at the time, during the
First Age of Rave. That and a couple visits to raves and clubs made me obsessed with creating music for the next several years.
I spent pretty much all of my free time in 1995, 1996, and 1997 working in the studio creating my own tracks. I did a variety of stuff that
today would be classified as trance, hard trance, New York techno, art jungle, trip-hop, and so forth. I still have a lot of
unpublished tracks that it would be nice to put out on vinyl, but I really don't work actively these days. The studio is
still set up, but it doesn't get a lot of use. I did put out a number of tracks on vinyl that sold relatively well (for underground
dance music) under the name Dei Sub. The name is meaningless by itself, but is derived from Princeton's motto, Dei Sub Numine Viget.
And yes, I did take Latin in college so I know what it means.
I also studied classical piano for 10 years, so maybe someday I will go back to that. I have even had thoughts of being a DJ,
but I probably won't retire young enough to be legit.