Guerrilla Digital

Milwaukee Web Development and Audio Engineering

This is the personal audio & visual portfolio site of Wisconsin native, Martin Defatte.

I’ve been a graphic designer, a package designer, worked for record labels, worked for design & advertising agencies, worked for bands, produced electronic music, engineered, produced, remixed, released and so on. I rarely freelance anymore, as my day job at Jigsaw keeps me quite busy, which is fine by me. The only available time I have right now, I spend on passion projects.

Without the exceptional website that Martin has built for me and maintained over the years, my business wouldn’t be half as efficient or successful as it has become. His attention to detail both behind the scenes and on the surface are a recipe for great success. He’s also very responsive to changes, updates, and maintenance when needed.

Justin Perkins, Mystery Room Mastering

Featured Audio Projects:

Guerrilla Ghost

We Get What We Deserve

The Hullmen

Pretty Red Flags



Tron Jovi


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Using Ableton Push 3 with a Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 ADAT Interface to expand inputs and outputs

After I spent a few weeks learning how to use the new features in the Push 3, I was determined to develop a similar routing scenario so I…

How to play an Ableton Push or other midi controller in an outdoor setting and still be able to see your screen and pad lights.

Have you ever tried to perform at a live gig, using midi-controllers or devices that have backlit pads or screens, only to find out the sun makes it…