About me

Sascha Ende (2001) with a Roland MC 505
Sascha Ende (2001) with a Roland MC 505

Meet the multi-talented individual behind FilmMusic.io, a web programmer and music producer who has overcome a tumultuous childhood to pursue his passions in music, film, and technology. Born in America, he fled from home and later became a war child with two years of experience in Iraq. Despite the challenges he faced early on, he discovered a love for web programming in 1998 and has been hooked ever since.

With a particular fondness for PHP and Laravel, he has a wealth of experience and expertise in creating top-quality websites and applications. But that's not all – he's also an ex-deejay with a deep passion for music, having played the keyboard since 1986 and worked as a composer and music producer. His portfolio boasts a wide range of film scores, and he has even dabbled in drone piloting and photography since 2008.

While his Asperger's is often misunderstood, he sees it as a blessing rather than a hindrance. He has a quirky sense of humor and a love for music by the likes of Hans Zimmer, Schiller, and Chicane. He's also a big fan of lo-fi and can often be found tinkering with music and technology projects in his spare time. One thing he doesn't like, however, is narcissists, and he rarely understands irony.

All in all, this multi-talented individual is a force to be reckoned with, bringing his unique perspective and skillset to everything he does. Whether you're looking for a top-notch web developer, a skilled music producer, or a creative filmmaker, he has the expertise and passion to deliver exceptional results.

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Which instruments from which manufacturer do you use?

As a music producer, I understand your curiosity and interest in the instruments and equipment that I use to create my music. However, I must respectfully decline to provide you with that information.

The reason for this is that as a professional musician, I believe that the quality of the music I create should not be determined by the brand or type of instrument I use. While high-quality equipment can certainly enhance the sound of my music, it is ultimately my skill and creativity as a musician that should be the focus of my work.

Furthermore, I believe that music is a deeply personal art form, and the instruments and equipment I use are a reflection of my own unique style and preferences. By sharing this information, I risk diluting the individuality and authenticity of my music, and potentially influencing others to copy my approach instead of discovering their own creative voice.

Ultimately, I believe that the most important aspect of music is the emotional connection it creates between the listener and the musician. My hope is that my music can speak for itself, and that listeners can appreciate and connect with it on a personal level, regardless of the specific instruments or equipment that I use.

Thank you for your interest in my work, and I hope that you can understand and respect my decision not to share this information.