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All Third Party Sound Libraries included on Synthsounds.co.uk's website are professionally designed and expertly programmed by our own in house Master Synth Programmer, pioneer and innovator, Electronic Dance Music Producer/DJ/Artist Mark Harrison (VITA), who has had over 30 releases on vinyl record's back in the early noughtie's and appeared on several CD compilations around the world under his own name and under different pseudonyms such as Vitality, Evenflow, Source Of Gravity, Outlanders and TSYT and also worked with the legendary progressive house/trance act, Tilt. Mark Harrison was one of the most sought after and in demand Progressive House Producers in the early noughtie's and used a lot of his custom made sound sets on his own music releases and remixes.

As well as selling thousands of copies of his records and having made hit records in the electronic dance music scene with the likes of Evenflow "Indecisive" (Baroque Records 2002), Vitality "Skylite" (Method Records 2002), Source Of Gravity "Perseverance" (Pied Piper Records 2003) and Mark Harrison "Transition" (Baroque Records 2002), Mark has extensive experience of programming a number of professional synthesizers such as the Korg Kronos, Korg Monologue, Korg Trinity, Korg Triton, Korg Prophecy, Korg MS2000/R, Access Virus, Waldorf Microwave XT/k, Waldorf Micro Q, Novation Supernova II and Novation Nova Laptop under his programming aliases as "TSYT" and "VITA" and makes new Sound Libraries with Drum & Bass, Progressive House, Trance, Techno, House and Breakbeat genres in mind. The Sound Libraries are perfect for Electronic dance music and pop in a nutshell.

Mark has over 27 years experience of making sounds on hardware synthesizers and started out making new sounds on his father's Korg M1, Ensoniq SD1 and Yamaha DX7 synthesizers in the mid 90's as a hobby. Since then, he has gone on to make countless new sound libraries for a variety of synths. He currently enjoys making quality new Third Party Sound Libraries for a wide range of hardware and software synthesizers. Mark likes to create more extensive Sound Libraries to provide end users with more choice and inspiration when it comes to using sounds in music productions or other recording or performance projects.