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www.ronnieminder.com
Contact: ronnie(at)ronnieminder.com
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Composer for Films / TV / Video Games / Trailers / Commercials
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COMPOSING SHOWREEL 2014
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASV8glftucI
CINEMATIC/ORCHESTRAL REEL 2014
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMhuY7k_Cdo
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Ronnie Minder is a Swiss born, Australian based composer having started his music career over a decade ago. He released music globally on dance labels such as Mondo Records, Fog Area Records and BPM NL. His music was heavily supported by DJ Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren and quickly became a household name when his single 'Listen To The Sound' peaked at #1 in the Music Mail Distribution Charts. In addition to this his dance music was published on over 400 CD compilations, selling millions of units worldwide.

As a child, having spent countless hours listening to artists such as Vangelis, Mike Oldfield and Klaus Doldinger, orchestral elements were always uniquely prominent in Ronnie's compositions. It was only a matter of time before he pursued his dream of composing for the screen, scoring his first feature 'Purge'. (Dir. David King, 2010) This led to further work over the next few years where Ronnie has found himself in demand composing for productions based in the US, UK and more locally in Australia and New Zealand.

Ronnie composed the scores for Liam Heyen's 'Ouroboros', Adrian Tyson's 'Genetics' and both films were screened at Cannes Film Festival 2014.

Ronnie is currently involved in multiple projects ranging from feature length films, documentaries and more recently Hollywood trailers, the latter managed through his LA based agent Pusher Music.

His passion for music and film is being reinforced through the ongoing relationships he's forging with film makers across the world.

Ronnie Minder - Composer   Ronnie Minder, Melbourne, Australia

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