This is the interview that José Antonio "Atarieterno" (alias "Luis Ortiz de Sandoval") has done with TOM BAJORAS (Hybrid Arts and Atari Hotz):http://www.mediafire.com/file/puffdpl7h ... s.pdf/file
Tom Bajoras could be a Renaissance man, able to discuss with Leonardo Da Vinci the proportions of Vitruvian man and add a musical component; but he was born in the twentieth century and in his curriculum is modestly defined as "A person who has over thirty years of experience in music production, recording, and composition. He works on a wide variety of projects from his custom-built studio, including producing song demos, recording narration for videos and audio books, songwriting, and keyboard performance. Working closely with his clients, Tom offers personalized one-on-one services which can include mentoring, talent development, and coaching. He offers a supportive, encouraging environment where every client can feel free to be as creative as possible".
But Tom has more facets in his life, has been an active part in the legendary times of ATARI, contributing in an area of musical application that would make these computers immortal, building one of the basic and creative pillars that represents the genesis of what today we enjoy like music with computer treatment or DAW: working in the pioneer company "HYBRID ARTS, Inc."
Track Gold, EZ-Score Plus, EZ-Track, EZ-Track Plus, GenEdit ST, GenWave, HybriSwitch, Ludwig, Melody Maker, MIDI Utilities, SmpteTrack, CZ-Android, DX-Android... is just one part of the great software listing of the fabulous Hybrid Arts company where Tom worked as one of its programmers, in addition to other parallel creations like Xlator (for Atari/Jimmy Hotz MIDI Translator)...
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ST/fm/e, STacy, Mega ST/e, TT, Falcon, C-Lab MKX... and more music tools.