multi-award winning composer and
I'm Andrew Reynolds, a London based composer
and music producer for film, TV, theatre, games and production music libraries.
Being classically trained in instrumental composition in London opened me up to an exciting world of collaboration with other artists and creatives. It was here that my musical roots were formed and began to blossom.
A move to Manchester for four years of further study opened up a new world of contemporary electronic music and culture.
The fusion of these two worlds has since defined my work and given me a unique and advanced perspective on contemporary music that is served with friendly professionalism of the highest standards. Read on to find out more.
EDUCATION & TRAINING
I was trained at the Royal College of Music, Royal Northern College of Music and National Film & Television School where I learned to collaborate with fellow creatives; writing, arranging, and recording using electronics and a variety of live instrumental forces - from intimate chamber ensembles to full scale orchestral pieces.
I’ve twice been selected for the BAFTA CREW professional development programme (19/20 and 20/21). I’ve worked on a diverse range of projects recently including two award winning documentary films - working with Matthew Herbert, on ‘The Cave’ (prod. National Geographic), and Nainita Desai, on ‘The Reason I Jump’ (prod. BFI)
Since 2016 I've held a position as in-house consultant composer / music producer at the prestigious Secretsundaze Studios where I consult on music composition, recording, mixing and mastering for a host of clients working within a range of genres.
NINJA TUNE & SYNC
My music is published by Ninja Tune and I’m represented for synchronisation by ThinkSync and Blue Raincoat Music. I’ve released a lot of my own commercial releases under my name which have received support from XLR8R and Dummy magazine. As an artist I’ve performed and broadcasted on Rinse FM and Radar Radio.
Alongside my work for visual media, I’ve written extensively for the concert hall and have received performances from the BBC Singers at Maida Vale Studios and received performances from participants of the Royal Academy of Music’s, "Buffet Crampon Clarinet Prize".
I’ve assisted a number of high profile clients, providing services in composition, score preparation, orchestration, arrangement, tuition, instrumental performance as well as sound editing and audio mixing.
CLIENTS I'VE ASSISTED INCLUDE:
Marc Almond (Soft Cell)
Red Bull Music Academy
Will Gregory (Goldfrapp)
National Film & Television School - Simon Clarke, Head of Production Sound Recording
London Contemporary Orchestra (LCO)
James Priestley (Secretsundaze)
John Harle (EMI Classics)
Danny L Harle (Colombia Records)
Chester Music Publishers