When Windows 95 was only being developed, its creators suggested to the legendary musician Brian Eno to write a melody that would sound when the operating system was loaded.
Ino himself talks about the creation process as follows:
This order found me when I was creatively completely devastated. I worked on my music, but there were no ideas at all. And I was inspired by the fact that someone came and said: "This is a specific problem - it is necessary to solve it."
The agent stated to me: It is necessary that the work should inspire, be universal, optimistic, modern, sensual and exciting, "this whole list of adjectives, and at the end he added:" it should last three and a quarter of a second. "
I thought it would be fun to make such a short tune. It is like treating a little gem. In fact, I wrote 84 miniature tunes. I am fully immersed in the world of small, short pieces. All these microseconds so fascinated me that I overcame a creative stupor and returned to work. Later, when the mini-compositions were finished, the melodies lasting three minutes seemed endless to me.
By the way, creating a sound download for Windows 95, the musician worked on an Apple Macintosh, and stated: “I have never used a PC in my life. I do not like them".