Dutch wonderkid Ummet Ozcan plays a wide variety of styles, but he tends towards dirty, driving, trancy and pounding sounds mixed in with a good dose of epic synthmelodies and glitched-out, ball-busting basslines.
It's no wonder so many electronic noises worked their way into his subconscious. He acquired a second hand synth and basic sequencer software and in 1999 his producers career officially began.
After spending several years perfecting his skills in a home studio environment, Ummet released in 2001 the import only 'Pump this Party' after a collaboration with The Sunclub (Fiësta, Summerjam 2003). A single that despite its limited release, earned Ummet first credits in global dance music.
Another profound interest in sound synthesis and mixing grows while he is making more productions.;
Genesis has been prominently covered in the worldwide essential Computer Music Magazine. After this coverage big producer names started using his synth for their own production and Ummet's name as a gifted sounddesigner was settled.
Meanwhile he delivers a few classic dancefloor burners like 'Chica Good', 'The Light' and 'Natural Waves' which instantly were picked up by Dj's like Eddi Halliwell, Marco V and many more.
At this moment he is developing a new synthesizer along with new spectacular unheard of sounds, that will definitely pave the way for a fresh new musical breeze thru EDM. Also he is working on a few new big anthems, that will undoubtly bring a lot ear pleasure and tons of Ozcan followers.
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