Marc Sprecher got introduced to Trance in 1997. Joining techno parties all over Switzerland was some kind of relief, since the daily routine as a professional software engineer is demanding. Until the end of 2009 the focus and main interest of his live was his job and his own Software Engineering company.
The initial change got introduced as he created his first mix CD for his car. Djing started to become his main private interest and in 2010 and he decided to go public. Even though Marc did not have any connection he managed to be invited and perform his first public dJ booking (DJ Singleton) in August 2010. In order to become a better DJ he saw the need of creating dance tracks and started with Pro Tools's Transfuser - since a friend recommended this.
After he found his new employer in July 2011 Marc decided to quit dJing, but that didn't matter because producing dance tracks was already his obsession. He literally started from zero, since he did not play any instruments and knew nothing about music theory. He tried to learn as much as possible from magazines, tutorials and artists that were willing to teach. He also signed up at Point Blank (Music School, London) for better insight know-how in sound design and other courses.
All financial resources went into music projects. By optimizing his workflow he was looking for the DAW that serves his need best. He switched from ProTools to Reason, Logic, Studio One and finally to Ableton Live.
Marc Sprecher is using the alter ego Faint Response for his music productions since 2013.
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