About Tone Scientist
Tone Scientist explores the sonic territory of futuristic sounds from broken beat, jungle, and dubstep to techno, house, & downtempo/trip-hop. Drawing from influences such as Miles Davis, Weather Report, Herbie Hancock to dub, funk, jazz, techno and many more, Tone Scientist seeks to make music that inhabits the offworld regions of tomorrow's sonic fictions.
Tone Scientist is the production moniker of Israel Gravning. A long time musician, he started playing the drums when he was 5 years old. Progressing through guitar, alto and tenor saxophone, he eventually landed with the bass, starting out on electric bass before moving on to the upright bass on which he studied jazz. Finally he made the jump into the world of the electronic studio in 1995. Influenced by dub and it's use of the studio and mixing board as an instrument and also by hip-hop through it's use of old vinyl for the creation of new urban beat explorations. 1995 was also the year that he discovered Jungle on a trip to London that summer, and through a combination of all of these things his path was set to try to build a studio to get out all of the sounds that he was hearing in his head.
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