-a bassist, educator, multi-instrumentalist, sequencing/recording/mastering engineer, writer and producer began his musical career at 11yrs. old with Saxophone lessons at Emerson elementary school, Teaneck, NJ, then later switched to Bass and began studying all genre's of music. This lead to gigging with bands around in the area and Bergen county.
By his late teens, DuValle’s self-instruction endeavors lead to studying composition. DuValle decided to study anything the bass guitar meant to anyone. In the years to follow, DuValle gigged around northern new jersey in numerous cover bands.
Doug Brockie, Pierre Henderson, Bill Moraites . I also went as a roadie for The Moments, Brother To Brother, Shirley and Company, West Street Mob, and The Sugarhill Gang. I also was an assistant to the theater owner John Harms in Englewood. I cleaned and worked sound and lighting there. I later worked with Kelton Francis who was the Stage Manager after John Harms died.
DuValle became interested in keyboards and the art of sequencing. Once again, he resorted to self-instruction
and spent numerous hours mastering the skills of sequencing. His newly acquired skills became a major asset in a variety of bands ranging from Funk, top-40 covers, Jazz and R&B genres throughout New Jersey. The next stage in DuValle’s musical evolution was the art of recording and mastering. Through endless hours of study and ear training DuValle developed his style and mastered it.