©2020 by Polypumpkins.

Polypumpkins

Polypumpkins is a Hong Kong-based duo band. ㊣

Dominic Au & Pion Leung got together and formed the duo in 2015. With the distinct musical backgrounds and diverse experiences across various genres, their works reveal influences from electronic to classical.

As two synthesizer freaks, sound design became their typical approach in starting new concepts. Having the experience of scoring, the productions tend to have a sense of soundtrack, which brings audience through special journey. This is always the goal in Polypumpkins' production, to share the moods musically. Besides original composition, music cover is something Polypumpkins enjoy making as well.

Dominic Au (a.k.a. Bluedee) started producing music and DJ back in around 2009.

After accomplishing his major in Creative Arts, he became a Producer in documentary production house. In 2013, he pulled the trigger and entered the realm of Music Technology. He became a Product Specialist for Focusrite / Novation, and hosted numerous events in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Taiwan for years. He is now a Product Manager of ASM (Ashun Sound Machines), who proudly co-designed the Hydrasynth.

Over the years, he gained his experience in product development, testing, sound designing and demonstration, on both hardware and software products for various brands. He is passionate and ready to work on all kinds of projects.

Specialized translation (English / Cantonese / Mandarin) in music and audio field is one of his strengths. He had translated great amount of brand marketing contents as well as professional UI strings. Besides, he had also worked as simultaneous interpreter for advanced talks in Pro Audio.

Education is one of his focus now. As an Ableton Certified Trainer, he felt blessed to be able to share the knowledge of Music Technology and inspire aspiring talents!

Dominic Au (Bluedee)

Producer | DJ | Synthesist

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Pion Leung first got her hands on the black and white keys back when she was 7, which was the portable keyboard called Rhythmic 2 from Video Technology. She started to learn piano when she was 9, and eventually lead to the recognition in classical piano training and her achievement in Music Education.

Pion was influenced by local electronic music bands like Tat Ming Pair when she was a teenager. In the year of 2013, she joined the band Electricious. This commenced her adventure in electronic sound exploration. She played a key role in the electronic sound-shaping of their works.

Up to the present day, she is still seeking for novel ways to express her musical ideas in the walks of melodies to the sculptures of sounds.

Keyboardist | Piano Teacher

Pion Leung