Green Sun – Green Sun

Green Sun is one musician band. It’s member Michael Hefetz was born in 1978 in Belarus and in 1990 with his family moved to Israel. He started writing music at the age 16, when was introduced by one of his classmates to MOD tracker music. The first attempts to compose music on computer were done with Scream Tracker in 1994. Since Michael had no music education it was not easy. By following the ‘trial & error’ method he learned a little about music theory.
At that period he was hardly influenced by Jean Michel Jarre and early 90’s dance bands like Dr. Alban, Snap and more.

A few years later he found a world of midi music and had understand that this is the way to create real music. In 2000 Michael purchased his first serious equipment – Roland XP-30 synthesizer and began to write more music. During all that time he had also improved piano playing skills by self teaching. At this period the muse come mostly from Vangelis and Enigma.

In 2000 Michael joined www.mp3.com community and his music was ranked pretty high on the charts. Unfortunately, in 2003 the site was shut down by CNET, after purchasing the domain name.

All the music was written with XP-30 and Voyetra Digital Orchestrator Plus untill 2003, when Michael in addition to Roland started making music with Steinberg Cubase and VST plugins.
And he is working with this equipment till now.

These days, in addition to composing, Michael is learning to play piano and guitar cause he believes it is the bottleneck in his music writing.

Today Michael is working at software engineering company, but finds time for composing music which is very inspired by Vangelis, Mike Oldfield, Enya and Chicane.

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