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Matias Kupiainen (born May 11, 1983 in Helsinkimarker) is a Finnishmarker guitarist and producer.

Kupiainen was chosen as the new guitarist for the Finnish power metal band Stratovarius after Timo Tolkki's departure from the band in 2008. He started playing with the band in 2009, on their album Polaris for which he composed three songs.

Besides Stratovarius, Kupiainen has got the band project Fist in Fetus, founded in 2006 and described as mainly grindcore, which released a self-produced EP in 2007. He guested on the 2007 album Guitar Heroes, on the song "12 Donkeys", that was also released as a single, and appeared on the record release concert at Tavastia Clubmarker. At the 2007 Tuska festival, he appeared as the one-man house band of the TV station YLE Extra.

Kupiainen has also played as a session musician, among others, on albums of Olavi Uusivirta and Milana Misic, and worked as a producer, recording engineer, and mixer, as well. He has studied at Sibelius Academymarker in Helsinkimarker and the Pop & Jazz Conservatory in Oulunkylämarker. He plays a PRS Artist Series I guitar, and uses mainly ENGL, Hughes and Kettner, Mesa/Boogie and TC Electronic gear.

Kupiainen was a part-owner of a recording studio named Minor Music in Helsinki, Finland, until it was merged with 5 By 5 Audio.

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