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Bill Chelf

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Bill Chelf ("THIS") has played Woodstock ('69) and Carnegie Hall with singer/ songwriter Tim Hardin. Recording sessions in New York and Nashville encompassed a wide cross section of bands and singers. An album,"The Teachers", was made with jazz giant James Moody in New York. A year was spent playing with Charlie Daniels in Nashville. Ten years were spent in Bermuda's major resort hotels, most notably with the Ghandi Burgess Orchestra. Lately, Bill has been at sea performing extensively with the Norwegian and Royal Carribbean Cruise Lines. Bill also produces THIS_hypnotic-ambient-space music. His work often includes Soundiron instruments. He has this to say about Emotional Piano, "this instrument sings_with it I can just relax, listen and play". CD's and MP3's can be accessed from his website His home is now Bowling Green, Kentucky.

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Brennan Anderson

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Brennan Anderson, a Texas native and true Austinite at heart, is a Composer and founder of BadAss Music Productions. He has experience in writing for both films and video games, and has worked and studied with Award winning professionals Peter Stopschinski and Glenn Naftchi. Brennan worked as assistant to Kyle Robertson at Chop House Music, and still collaborates with Kyle from time to time. He loves fine cheeses and sometimes likes to make his own musical instruments. He currently works for Disney Interactive as a Composer, Sound Designer, and Technical Sound Designer.

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Thomas de Waard

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Hi there, I'm Thomas de Waard, a composer for games and animations from the Netherlands. When I'm not working on projects I like to compose New Age music. I love working with the Soundiron instruments. What I especially like is how they always manage to sample instruments I've never heard of before and yet I always end up regularly using them in my compositions.

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Randy Salo

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Hailing from the Southern United States, inspired by the gospel piano playing of my mother and the rebellious guitar driven rock n’ roll that was forbidden in my youth, I’ve been inspired to write and play music in a variety of genres. I am by trade and training a filmmaker, and also incorporate my music into my visual work. I discovered Soundiron’s diverse library while completing the score for a feature length documentary, The Dragons of Jim Green, a journey into the fantastic theories of my granddad who postulates that an ancient reptilian civilization ruled the earth before Mankind. Soundiron’s diverse palate brought a rich trove of auditory oddities to this arcane story. Everything from militaristic boot stomps, to the screeching, painful cries of an unknown bowed monster, to an old granny piano in our theme song, to the shimmering ambient drones of cryptic transmissions, to the brash clash of a high school drum corps in our closing credits; Soundiron was the place I turned for inspiration. When I’m not scoring, you will find me behind the 5-strings of a bass guitar, holding down the low-end, in a rebellious rock outfit called Kostic Zoda in my new home of Munich, Germany. More...

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Tim York

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Tim York My father was a comedian - comedy is all about timing, right? So I inherited this and by the age of 8 had developed a keen interest in music. I started piano lessons, then lessons in drumset. I worked hard on my drumming skills and turned professional when I was 22. Around the same time I began to explore the world of electronic music, which was an instant love affair. With an eclectic approach, encompassing a passion for rhythmic layering and an ear for delicious sounds and harmony, brought together by countless hours in the studio, I create tapestries of pure sound and rhythm. Resonating journeys into the primordial space in which everything resides. I am also fascinated by the healing and ceremonial potential of music. I have an array of alchemically produced bowls, bells and gongs, together with other shamanic instruments, which I use and sample to create layered acoustic sound journeys into the divine mystery of matter. Soundiron's instruments are extraordinary and I and love using them in my productions. The sound quality is superb and I sense there's a very positive spirit running through the company.

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