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Coldest Dishes: Instrumentals
  • Artist: Audiodef
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479913396
  • Item #: SRD991339
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 10/28/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Coldest Dishes: Instrumentals on CD

Damien's music is about life-what it means to him and what it means to other people: pain and suffering, joy and sorrow, things everyone goes through, and things he observes. He tries to express the good in life without being sappy and the bad without being gloomy. Damien is interested in pushing the envelope musically. That's why he uses synthesizers - to create sounds no one has ever heard before. For him, composing is not just about melody, but also about soundscape. Damien was born and raised in Massachusetts. He currently lives in the Washington, DC area with his girlfriend. He graduated from American University with a bachelor of science in Audio Technology in 1999. The degree program covered acoustics, digital audio engineering, video engineering, electronic music, and studio engineering. He supplemented his studies with computer programming and physics. He currently works full time on his music. A note about the CDs: The physical CD is for sale. You can download this album as MP3s free by going to Audiodef.com. CDs are currently made by me, in my studio. I recently bought a photo/CD printer for this purpose. I use reclaimed jewel cases and card stock with recycled content. This might have to change if I ever sell a lot of CDs, but for now I'm happy with this arrangement. Jewel cases might have small flaws and I will use inserts even if the printer is starting to run out of ink, because it's greener to do so. I will not, however, use broken jewel cases or inserts that look absolutely terrible. (Bio by JL Moore, paper_clip.livejournal.com)