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Luiz DePalma

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Years active  1985-present
Name  Luiz DePalma

Website  www.luizdepalma.com
Labels  Audiomotion Recordings
Albums  The Binary Quartet
Luiz DePalma
Also known as  Luiz DePalma, Artwerk, Orcio Minorenne, Move Inc., Tapeslave
Born  March 24, 1969 (age 46) Amsterdam, Netherlands (1969-03-24)
Occupation(s)  Composer, Music producer, Remixer, Audio Engineer, Mastering Engineer
Associated acts  Artwerk, Orcio Minorenne, Move Inc., Tapeslave, The Binary Quartet
Role  Composer · luizdepalma.com
Genres  Electronica, Techno, House music, Jazz

Record label  Audiomotion Recordings

Luiz DePalma (born 24 March 1969) is a Dutch composer, producer, and remixer. He is also the founder of Move Inc. A Dutch underground music label from 1992 to 1996, now part of Audiomotion Recordings. On which he releases all his current work as Luiz DePalma and the aliases: Artwerk, Orcio Minorenne, Tapeslave and Move Inc. Luiz DePalma is a highly eclectic producer/composer and his musical works and albums range from ambient to pop to hard techno.

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Education

Luiz DePalma started playing violin in ’77 at the age 8 of with Ig Henneman. Drums in ’79 at age 10 with Ton Rooyers at the Sweelinck Conservatorium in Amsterdam. Continued his study at the Koninklijk Conservatorium in Leeuwarden (NL) from ’91 and so, got involved in electronic music production and recording. Played in numerous Dutch bands as keyboardplayer, bassplayer and drummer. In '91 teamed up with Dutch DJ’s and house & disco pioneers Saul Poolman and Eddie de Clerq.

Present

In 2011 Luiz DePalma moved to Bogotá Colombia where he opened his studio Vila Maya One and started Audiomotion Recordings. He released the vast body of productions from between 2002 – 2009. Including the remastered back catalog works by Move Inc. Dating back from '92. Luiz produces under the aka's: Tapeslave, Artwerk and Orcio Minorenne. (which is an anagram for Ennio Morricone). Luiz DePalma is known for his recognizable sound as for his vast output of works. In 2014 Luiz DePalma moved back to Amsterdam and reopened his first studio Vila Maya.

References

Luiz DePalma Wikipedia


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