dDave, better known as David Hintz, or DeepDave, started off in music as a drummer coming up through the school system in Northwest Ohio, USA. In the 80’s and 90’s he enjoyed all types of music from odd ball industrial, hardcore metal, gangster rap, hip-hop, some grunge, and lots and lots of classical music, all of which he still embraces.Then came the days around 95, that the friends in his life introduced him to things like the “Plastikman - Musik” album; watching Richie in a corn field in Windsor, the Packard Plant raves, the parties under the Ambassador Bridge, and early “DJ Clarkee Dreamscape” mixtapes and he sought to figure out how they were doing what they were doing.dDave started collecting gear in 1996, starting with an MPC2000, a Technics 1200, a 2nd Gen Pioneer CDJ, and some analog modeling Korg and Roland keys and drum machines. He learned the ropes of a MIDI based studio thanks to Boomer "Omegaman" Reynolds, whom he is still close friends with to this day.In about 2000 dDave traded off his hardware gear to Boomer to start off into the computer music realm, beginning with Reason V1, and Ableton Live V1.5. Ever since, he has added other bits of hardware or controllers into the mix, but Ableton has stayed his chosen medium to work in.dDave loves music more than most other things in life. Hard, dark, unrelenting, unforgiving, techno being at the forefront. After a lot of exhausted paths in life, and hard lessons, he refocused and decided to put music out to the public instead of keeping as a hobby only. So, after 20 years delay, he hopes to continue refining his craft, and to keep unraveling his path in life and music.