Electronic music fascinated Android3 from the time his first data chip was installed. As his image retention devices were upgraded and modified, he would spend many hours Scanning, Zooming, and Cinematizing the contents of the local keyboard shop, from the Casio CZ-1 to the Fairlight CMI. These collections of circuits, wiring, and analog paths beckoned him to become more like them, and indeed, inspired the first wave of upgrades performed on the pre-cyborg.
The earliest and heaviest imprint - a New Order 12" single, remixed by Shep Pettibone, caught his photo-reticule, and burned its matte silver background, white Helvetica text in his gelcircuitry layers. He would become a remixer. That is what he would be.
He would secretly strive toward this goal, even in seeming repose, for the rest of his 10,000 year cycle.
Gelcircuitry layer upgrades via bulk dump of 23 early 80's dance records [looted from the Mall during the Great Zombie panic of 1987] set the blueprint for the orgy of Techno collecting and DJing that would continue through 2003. At that time normal operations of the cyborg were halted while massive upgrades to Environmental Protection, Motion Capture and Detection, Oxygen Filtration and Vocal Reproduction took place. During this time the Music Reproduction apparati were completely dismantled and re-built. All Music Theory firmware was gutted and replaced to take advantage of the availability of the new 45nm nodes. Also during this time many electrons, 0s and 1s were Sampled, Aligned, Re-Aligned, re-sampled, re-realigned, un-sampled, and then ultimately thrown in the trash.
Field testing indicates all systems go & ready 2 Rock U.