I'm not a fan of exclusivity-John Mclaughlan
First demo on 2" Studer tape ad the age of 13 by playing drums. Could be that my professional career started then, still do not know. We were young always drunk, punk band. That method followed me in high school, and during that time I learned to play bass also. Industrial influence started when discovered it in London, a long time ago. In 1993. i bought 1210 Technics (still using the same pair:), and started to learn how to mix. Have had been an audiophile since my first demo. Music comes first, equipment is just a big help to hear like it really is, and that it the most important...23 years in electronic music scene was too much so i retired when the scene started to treat music as a milk cow. Stroke of luck brought love to my life, and my wife (biochemist) understood the proper way of music listening, so she listens and enjoys with me...We are siting and listening together most the our time...If you are wise enough, that should be the forties with divine pleasure...From the Sid Barrett to Ravi Shankar, but trough Adi Newton!