Born in Sacramento, California. American ambient music artist and producer Scott Hansen, professionally known as Tycho or ISO50, has an estimated net worth of $2 million. Hansen is also known as ISO50 for his design and photographic works. He is signed under independent record label Ghostly International and has also released music under Merck Records and Gammaphone Records. His music is a mix of downtempo vintage-style synthesizers and ambient melodies, and captures the sound of 1970s analog media while remaining both progressive and futuristic. Hansen’s song “Dictaphone’s Lament” was played on the music video “Live Life to the Fullest” for the action cartoon block Toonami. His song “Cascade” was also featured during the ending of the original 11 year run of Toonami in 2008. His very first album Sunrise Projector launched back in 2004. Hansen has also released the albums Past is Prologue in 2006, Dive in 2011, and Awake three years later. His other albums are: “Adrift/From Home”, “The Daydream/The Disconnect”, “Coastal Brake”, “Hours”, “Montana”, “Spectre” and “See”. He has also remixed songs for artists like Little Dragon, Spoon, Thievery Corporation, and Ulrich Schnauss. Hansen often plays guitar while triggering samples with his foot and has aimed to find the balance between the fluid nature of a live show with artists playing physical instruments and the precision and ability to stay true to the album of electronic music.