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"Just through writing music. I got into arrangement and engineering when I was about 15. I was doing a lot of writing and arrangement on my brother’s keyboards. He had a sequencer, a couple of keyboards and a four-track. I was really into sound and the idea of recording onto tape.
"I got into editing and I got more into live engineering. I started working at CBGB’s and learnt how to do front-house live, and that got me more into the studio side of things. When I started recording with bands I really got into engineering and learning about mic placement and frequencies and compressors and EQs.
"I just found that more satisfying. You catch a moment which is unlike live, which is gone and forgotten. Well, not anymore because now it’s on YouTube! I just love working with sound and manipulating instruments, making them do things they don’t normally do."