An musician whose concentrate on music is rivaled just by his concentrate on blended media, Takagi Masakatsu was created in Kyoto in 1979. His concentrate on visible art actually emerged first; he released a mixed-media mag called +-79 and started a combined audio/image project called Silicom with Aoki Takamasa (Takagi was in charge of the visuals). After producing the rounds of Japanese galleries and night clubs, Silicom gained a DVD launch in early 2001. Later on that 12 months, Takagi released his 1st recording, Pia, a two-disc arranged including video clips and a film on the next disc. Extra recordings adopted for the German label Karaoke Kalk. His single piano structure “Ladies” is presented on the prominent television advertisement for the Clear Aquos 64D flat-screen Television.