|Gisle Martens Meyer|
Gisle promo shot by Eivind Senneset
|Also known as||GMM|
|Occupation(s)|| Music producer|
|Label(s)||Uncanny Planet Records|
Gisle Martens Meyer (often abbreviated GMM) is a Norwegian musician. He owns a small independent record label called Uncanny Planet Records, which is connected to a lot of musical projects, foremost being Ugress. He's also the director of the board of BRAK.
His first instrument was the legendary Commodore 64, and later on moved to Amiga, PC and then finally his current instrument; the Mac. The first total breakthrough of Gisle's musical career was Resound by Ugress, released in 2002.
Gisle uses mostly Logic Pro and Kontakt to make his music, although certain tracks have a specific source of sound (such as the blog release Thingamagoop Boogie). His music also contains a lot of samples from other artists, movies, TV shows and the like. Legal issues are very important to Gisle, and while he's not pro-piracy, he's not pro-DRM either.