My name is Tomasz Frankiewicz. Sinneth Soul is my solo, amateur music project. I am inspired mostly by classical, metal, ambient and cinematic music. I play and record for my own pleasure and satisfaction. I started piano lessons at age of 9 and than learn to play a bit of other instruments guitars and drums. I am a Christian and that is my cultural background, but I am not religious and my musical biblical inspirations are mixed with science: philosophy, history, astrophysics and sociology. I used to play in a bands, but now, with all the technology available I work alone, recording all by myself. My current home studio setup includes guitar, baritone guitar, bass guirar, keyboard, hybrid (electrinic/acoustic) drums. Making music by myself hits the physical limit of my ability to play all the instruments and use my vocal, so I have to accept the fact that I can play only as good as its gets and concentrate on a larger composition and arrangement rather than on being a better instrumentalist. However I do practice as much as I can and love to learn music theory. It's a choice I made to be able to call it my sole work, but I would be happy to collaborate from time to time. If you wish to work with me, let me know.
It's my hobby. It gives me an alternative world that I can self isolate when needed.
To be a better instrumentalist for my own satisfaction.
I can't change the world, but I can get rid of TV set. There is no TV in my home for over 10 years now.
The first song I remember that switched something inside me and direct my musical interest was a German heavy metal band Warlock and the song 'All we are'. That was the first time I heard distorted guitars riff and I couldn't stop listening. I was 9 at that time I think.
Now, there is just too many in too many different genres to even try to name some of them.
Musical instruments and the way thay can produce sounds and how they can be mixed together. There is unlimited ways to get inspired by pressing on piano keyboard, hitting drums, or guitar strings and just letting things happen.
I never thought about sending any messages through my music. I transfer emotional state and some listeners can very precisely respond to it.
I don't do it any more. I used to play gigs when I was in a band over 20 years ago.
This is the best time for musicians like myself. I have a small studio in my living room, 2 guitars, bass guitar, electronic drum set and keyboard. I can make music as I like and when I like. I can mix it, master and publish from home. I can also collaborate with other musicians not seeing them at all from practically every part of the globe.
Used to be s great place.
I have no frustration as a musician. I know my own limitations and I accept it as it is.
It is not my intention to be a popular at all. I don't practically do anything to promote my music. I make it available, but that is it really. I think, every music genre has it's own gradation of qualities that makes some artist more or less popular. In many cases it is not skill level or instrumental mastery, but other skills or methods to attract the listeners.
Nox Dolloris, Kartikeya