Welcome to my new blog, where I'll about software development, digital music production and demoscene stuff, and especially about Object Pascal topics.
Most of you probably already know me from my demoscene activity and from my projects and another work, which are partly to be found at YouTube, SoundCloud, GitHub, on my audio software website and on my primary website.
For all the others, I will briefly explain who I am. I'm programmer at Viprinet as a main job, apart from that I'm also a indie game programmer, hobby musician and demoscener under the handle BeRo in the demogroup Farbrausch.
I'm living in Mönchengladbach, Germany, I was born in 1985 and I have been programming since about 1992 or 1993. Beginning on the Schneider Amstrad CPC6128, later on the IBM PC, in various programming languages from A to Z. At least, I started programming in the elementary school in various programming languages and do it up to today. Over the years, I have gained experience in almost every possible area of software development, including low level operating system development, compiler construction, 2D and 3D graphics programming, audio programming, game engine development, game development, database engine development, network programming, AI programming, and so on.
And my interest in electronic music began in my young years of life, where I still went to elementary school. At this time I heard an Adlib techno / trance-like track, and I was so fascinated by the sound, so I have started to track with tracker software my own music, and wrote later also own trackers and other audio-related software stuff as such as software synthesizers and so on. I am now only working with my music software, which I've developed myself.