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Keisuke Muka is a Boston based Japanese electronic musician, music producer, composer, audio technician, and multi-instrumentalist.

Keisuke Mukai was born in Tokyo, Japan on 25 August 1986, and grew up in Kichijouji Tokyo.

At age 15, he started to play saxophone at his high school wind ensemble.
In the spring of 2007, following graduation from polytechnic school, he decided to study music seriously. He took private lesson with Kose Kikuchi to study jazz saxophone and music theory.

He moved to the U.S and studied music theory and classical music performance at Morningside College in Sioux City, IA.
At this school he started to compose electronic music and his interest moving forward to electronic music.
In 2011, he received B.A in Music at Morningside College.

In the winter of 2011, he moved to Boston to study Electronic Production and Design at Berklee College of Music.
During school year, he was in the top 20 list of BT remix contest in 2012. He won 4th prize for Trapped In Convert Remix contest at International Csound Conference in 2013 fall, and he received Roland Endowed Award in 2014 Spring. [+]
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