About RaneMusic

I was born in Berlin, Germany in 2002. I got my first guitar at the age of 9, but at the age of 7-8 I also discovered Videogames, playing on our WII or my Nintendo DS, so that was more important to me at the time. A little later I got a PS3 and that's when I really started to get into gaming. For the next 7-8 years all I did was play videogames and watch lets plays all day long.

Out of all the games I played, Five-nights-at-Freddy's hit me the most. I got so invested into the story and everything around it. I also listened to a lot of music made by YouTubers about FNAF. People like JT Music, TryHardNinja or MandoPony were seen on my playlist multiple times, but one artist really hit me.

DAGames. His music was different. A bit more experimental and... Heavy. For the first few months I only listened to his FNAF songs, but over time I discovered more of his songs, until he released "The heart of an artist". I had seen his video where he explained the meaning of the songs and it was really inspiring to see, how much thought went into his songs. "THOAA" was unlike anyhting I had heard before that. I used to like EDM or even Dubstep, but Metal? This was new to me.

Around the same time, I discovered the video game "DOOM 2016". A shooter with an amazing Metal-soundtrack. All those things around me influenced my taste and made me discover my love for heavy music. That's when I finally picked up my guitar again and started all over. 

All I was able to do was power chords. The rest was all new to me, but it was enaugh to write my first song. I had made songs before but those were pretty bad Hardbass, Techno or Dubstep songs, that were really simple, so this was the first one using a real instrument and also the first one where I really had to think about what I wanted to do. Because I knew nothing else but videogames and all I listened to was music about video games my first song was also based on a video game I played around that time.

How it went from there can be seen on my YT channel

Discord: ranemusic
E-Mail: renewille@gmx.de