Yves Potin is a musician influenced by iconic albums like “Dark Side of the Moon,” “Close to the Edge,” and “Timewind,” which opened up new musical territories. He was particularly inspired by jazz fusion, with Scott Henderson of Tribal Tech being a major influence on his improvisation techniques. Yves creates ambient, electronic music with twisted harmonies and improvisations under the moniker of Jazzcomputer.org. He combines various synths, guitars, and oriental electronic instruments to craft his jazzy and ambient sound. His music is freely available on the Jazzcomputer.org website. Yves primarily uses a Parker Flymojo guitar, MIDI keyboards, and virtual synths like Camel Audio Alchemy, Kontakt, and Omnisphere in his productions.
He is also a talented writer and enjoys writing articles that explore the theoretical and philosophical aspects of science-fiction novels, fantasy novels, and modern-day issues. Through his writings, Yves delves into thought-provoking ideas and uses these literary genres as a way to examine and discuss relevant societal and philosophical topics. His articles provide unique insights and perspectives, blending imagination with real-world concerns.