The interaction of old Berlin school of Electronic music mixed with Trance Dutch style and you have a concoction that gives birth to the sound of System 6. This alchemy of sound fused and forged together by two minds from two different generations and the results are the secrets of a master to a pupil.

Ray Buttigieg is known the world over for his breath taking and ground breaking electronic albums of the past decades, he is also considered one of the first pioneers of Electronic music by his peers and fans alike. The sounds of nature have always been a very big influence in the projects he has been involved in all these years, whether it is for his works, pieces, or compositions written or produced for others.

Grigoriy Golychev was born in Russia, but at a young age his family immigrated to Canada where he embarked himself on an academic career. Professionally known as Greg Galych, he also has done music under the name Greg G. His music sometimes is so piecing and poignant that it feels like the stage curtains have fallen and behind them was the enigma of the universe where the same questions linger, "Who created this?"

Sebastian Younger-Watson was born in England on 31 October 1984, during a pop-era dominated by the use of European electro-pop, new wave and synthetic rock. Listening to such music, he soon became a fan of the electronic music genre and became familiar with the genre's pioneers. From listening to such works, Younger-Watson envisioned a universe of synthetic sounds; a galaxy that contains stars of analogue quavers. Such thoughts remain to inspire him to incorporate and share his own vision when using the synthesizer; an iconography of modern and future electro music. Through instrumental music, he chooses to create audio sequences, using the synthesizer as a metaphoric brush to paint psychological paintings.

On receiving his first synthesizer in 1991, he attempted to produce and write some electronic music pieces. It took until the turn of the next decade for him to seriously focus on the use of his creativity solely back onto the basis of synthesis where he produced a string of projects where he utilized visuals as well as inspiration from Fritz Lang's 1927 visual masterpiece 'Metropolis'. It was also at this time when he decided to work on his original ideas of electronic and experimental music more intensely and professionally.

Recently Younger-Watson has also proceeded to expand the basis of his creativity, taking the concept of technocratic music and mixing it with various other forms including ambience, rock and orchestral as well as generic film music. As a student of music and film, he hopes to use his studies in film music to further his career to follow the theory of bringing film into that third dimension.