As a composer, Florentijn Boddendijk studied sonology at the academy of music in the Hague. While developing programmes for computers that generate music independently, Boddendijk also continues to make remixes of existing music. He prefers to recycle older music instead of making his own live sound since the recognition of fragments helps the listener, familiar with the sound of the records and cd's. On the stage, he looks for ways of making the 'electronic performance' more theatrical. For example with his 'Laserbass', a two metre high machine enabling the player to cut through a vertical laser beam that activates the samples in the computer.