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Origin of the Name

Composition C-4 is an explosive developed by the U.S. Army developed for its high explosive capability with low-weight requirements for packing along on covert missions and for use with explosive specialists.


Composition4 had started working on electric guitars since 1992, however, after opening up guitar pedals and adjusting trim pots to explore new and interesting timbres, he'd began working with hardware synths, then on to hybrid synths, mixing them with said modified guitar effects.


Since recording equipment was the most expensive equipmment to buy, live performances were the most common method of replicating and expressing his creative means.

However, as time has passed, Composition4 has withdrawn into less and less public performances, preferring instead to focus time on his work in the studio. He currently has no plans to re-emerge into the public.


With the advent of computers and laptops, Composition4 started working with applications such as Cakewalk, Cubase, Cakewalk Sonar, Fruity Loops, XMMS, various tracker systems, and finally rested with FL Studio, due to its smooth workflow that agreed with Composition4's methodology.

Music Style

With a style mixed with atonal melodic themes, audio samples of paranoid conspiracy theory, themes of mental instability, misanthropy, misandrogyny, fetishism, and other dealings with the darker side of the psyche, Composition4 wrangles the most riveting bass out of your speakers likely intended to blow the aplifiers of your sound system to an irreparable state.


--Composition4 (talk) 04:31, 19 August 2014 (PDT)