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Drum ‘n Bass track featuring created with Dj Aske using a Korg Triton Extreme Keyboard, a Korg Synthesizer and Ableton Live 5 on a MacBook Pro.




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Download: ntho-aske-WarDrumz.mp3.zip.

Electronic trance mix to celebrate the festive Cinco de Mayo holiday season. Mixed using 2 direct drive Stanton Str8 30′s, Behringer DJx700 mixer, an iPod, Korg Tritan Extreme keyboard and Ableton Live 5 on a MacBook Pro.




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Download: ntho-Cinco-De-Mayo-Mixx-050407mix.mp3.zip.


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Hypnotic ambient trance track inspired by the Easter season and a kitana propped against the wall. Composed using a Korg Triton Extreme keyboard, Korg Synthesizer Vocoder and Ableton Live 5 on a MacBook Pro.




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Download: ntho-EasterKitana.mp3.zip.

Experiential (but magical!) progressive trance track created using Ableton Live. I’m honestly not sure what to make of this track, hence it’s short-hand acronym, “idk”.




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Download: ntho-idk_11_16_06.mp3.zip.

Experiential electronica track with a very jazzy, housey feel. Composed in 2006 using Ableton Live.




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Download: ntho-StarFunk.mp3.zip.

Music makes all the difference when perfecting the mood. To show this, I put together an example music video edited to multiple song clips with different genres and tempos. Which melody fits the video best? Why?

These videos are edited to a proprietary pattern of multiple elements that essentially allow this experiential music marketing video to appear that it was created using any music the viewer prefers.


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Using a conversation between PoE and Dj Tiesto as my muse, I furthered my digital music composition skills with the creation of my first fully produced electronica music score, “Predictable”.




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Download: ntho-ntho-Predictable.mp3.zip.

After I got my first pair of turntables I had to practice but was barely any good. 2006 CTF “Live” Mix highlights the best of one of my favorite mixes, Armin Van Buuren’s “An Essential Mix”.




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Download: ntho-CTFmix040106.mp3.zip.

Disclaimer: This mix was heavily cleaned up using Ableton Live.

I felt like the years of late night video editing while listening to electronica were really starting to pay off when I figured out how to edit video to go to any music that you’re listening to.

In this experimental video, I’ve used a proprietary pattern of multiple elements that essentially allows this music marketing video to sync with any music that you’re listening to. Try it out for yourself and see! Press mute on the video and play any song.





Electronica music mixed and cut to captivating club video. Vynil records were mixed using 2 direct drive Stanton Str8 30′s and a Behringer DJx700 mixer. Video edited using Sony Vegas & Adobe Premiere.





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Three different versions of concepts for a “New Years Eve in New York” documentary. Shot with a hand-held Panasonic DV camcorder and edited with Sony Vegas editing software.

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