RAMG Signs Trailer Composer Daniel Nielsen

The Fringe Element trailer series has added one of the trailer music industries most successful and prolific composers, Daniel Nielsen, to its roster. The first release from Daniel is an EP entitled “Four” with a range of track styles that include industrial guitar-driven hybrid tracks to a lighter yet emotionally charged promo piece. The album features some gutsy guitar playing by composer David Resnik and live drum tracking that really takes this album to the next level.

Daniel began his professional music career as a teenager performing with legendary jazz trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie. Later in his career he contributed his talents to an eclectic group of performers including, Dave Stewart, Josh Stone, Damien Marley, Wynton Marsalis, Phil Collins, Miles Davis and Paul Oakenfold.

Daniel’s compositions for motion picture advertising campaigns include; all 8 Harry Potter Films, including it’s final release “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollow – Part 2,” “Avatar,” “Transformers 1, 2 & 3,” “The Twilight Saga,” “Pirates of the Caribbean 1-4,” “Bourne Ultimatum,” “Chronicles of Naria,” “Da Vinci Code, and many, many more.

Fringe Element Producer and Creative Director, Sean Harrison, said, “Obviously we’re thrilled to have Daniel onboard. His reputation throughout the industry is well documented. He’s a pro. He’s dedicated to his craft and it shows.”

Daniel’s distinct style and relentless pursuit of production value is immediately identifiable in this latest EP. We think you’ll agree.

For more information: www.redarcmusic.com

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