Soolee hit the scene as a techno artist representing Korea in the "We Call It Techno" event, and he continues to participate in the largest gigs in Korea. His band, Future Jazz Project, is an audio-visual interactive using Max for Live, processing, Jitter, and Controllerism to create a melting pot of sound art, electronic music, and visual elements.
- South Korea, Seoul
Soolee began making music with computers and playing guitar in the late 1990s, which led him to study electronic music and sound design in college. He first used Ableton Live 4 in 2004, and began making full use of the software for producing and DJing in 2007. He created a music forum called HouseBug, which runs the Attention DJ seminar that aims to educate people about electronic music in various facilities, including academies, universities, and private seminars or workshops. He currently teaches the Computer Music Production with Push at Record Factory.
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