Who is Twin Sprawl is a question he himself wishes he could answer. But he's not enough of a tool to pretend like he isn't writing this himself in the third person, so he'll stop now.
After some terrible attempts with one of those early music composing software toys, I've started fiddling around music stuff in the mid 2000s, by manipulating samples. A guitar in 2008 and a MIDI keyboard in 2011 meant still messing around, but nothing serious at all because DAWs scared me. The turning point was around 2013, after messing around with Bosca Ceoil, which is a very basic music composition software aimed at chiptune composers. Then, listening to Tropic of Cancer's A Color, it ocurred to me I could make things more interesting (and more interesting things) with a drum machine, and coded PD-808, a sample-based PureData programable drum machine with sequencer. Later this year, before PD-808 development was complete, I decided to finally learn how to mess around
a DAW, and in 2013, I posted my first track to Soundcloud, and another, and another until during a dull Summer in 2014 decided to start working more seriously, releasing a single on Bandcamp and later working on an album, and another, and another...
A few years later, I still don't know what I'm doing. As you can tell.
ABOUT THIS WEBPAGEI used to do websites a long time ago. That long time ago also meant most of my knowledge was completely outdated. With little interest to learn things again, here's a completely image free website, made completely with preformatted text and DOS era unicode boxes. Because that's how I roll. And because I'm round enough to roll down a hill with ease, this is a website made almost to 1995-ish standards.