Noah Neiman's foray into the world of music started at the very young age of 4 years, when he first started playing the piano. Through grade school, he learned to play the violin and trombone as well. However, it was not until he was 10 years old that he finally fell in love with electronic dance music. Influenced by mid to late 80's and early 90's music, he began experimenting with synthesizers, drum machines and computer based music creation, penning his first riffs on a rudimentary midi program with his father's 486 PC.
Nevertheless, Noah's love for music was eclipsed by another life-passion. As time wore on, music started to become more of a hobby of his while his education toward becoming a doctor took more precedence. Eventually, Noah was accepted to optometry school and prepared to spend more time than ever immersed in books and notes to become an optometrist... but although school took up the majority of his time, music kept beating in his mind. With every spare minute of free time, Noah would be on his Mac writing music.
Eventually he released 'Run With Me,' a track featuring the vocals of Catherine W. and co-produced by his longtime friend, MST. It's unexpected success brought Noah's own remix of the track to #17 on Beatport.com's Top 100 Trance chart, while the original version was played on numerous radio shows, including Armin Van Buuren's 'A State of Trance.'
Since then, nearly every track Noah has released found it's way onto Beatport's Top 100 Trance chart and has been featured on countless shows, being supported by world-class DJs, including Markus Schulz, Lange, Ferry Corsten, Armin Van Buuren, Gareth Emery, Tritonal, Andy Moor, Matt Darey, and many others.
Striking a balance between his careers as a doctor and a record producer has been a constant push and pull but, as Noah says of himself, "I have rhythm and melody running through my head every waking moment of my life, and only when I write them down, can I focus on anything else."