chuck e. myers

Composer and Producer Chuck E. Myers is COO / V.P. and Director of A&R for Seth Riggs’ and owns and operates Big Idea Music Productions Inc.  His full service recording studio has hosted a wide range of talent from Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins to commercial clients like Pepsi.

In the past few years and in conjunction with Freedomzone and Mountain Dew, Chuck was producer on recordings for many of todays top bands (developing to Multi-Platinum) including Simple Plan (Lava/Atlantic), Trapt (Warner Brothers), Something Corporate (Geffen), Sparta (Dreamworks/Geffen), Coheed and Cambria (Columbia/Sony and Equal Vision), De La Soul (Spit Kicker), Blackalicious (Quannum), Talib Kweli (Geffen), Pharoah Monch (MCA), Dilated Peoples (Capitol) , Aceyalone (Project Blowed/Decon), Hawthorne Heights (Victory), The Starting Line (Geffen), Fall Out Boy (Island/Fueled by Ramen), Gratitude (Atlantic), Jack’s Mannequin (Maverick), Full Blast (Black Box Recordings), and many others. You can see his latest work on MTV2 and FUSE TV.

Chuck has written music for and worked on many feature films and film trailors including Romeo Must Die, Darkman III, Army of Darkness-Evil Dead Part III, and Dr. Jekyll and Mrs. Hyde.  Chuck recently composed the soundtrack to the feature film Down and Derby starring Lauren Holly and Greg Gurman.

He has performed around the country with many groups and with several symphonies, including the National Symphony in Washington D.C., the San Francisco Symphony, and the Utah Symphony. He was the keyboard player for the Dixie Chicks at the 2002 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremonies. Myers has composed main theme music for many news stations across the country, including KSL, KTVX, and KUTV in Salt Lake City, KDFW and KXAS in Dallas, and WCBS in New York City.  Myers was also one the principle composers for ABC’s Network Theme, The National Geographic Explorer Theme, NBC Summer Olympics in Barcelona.  Myers is currently the principle composer and producer for a long list of many of today’s most popular video games for the Sony Playstation I, II, PSP, Nintendo Wii, Game Cube, GameBoy Advanced and the Microsoft X-Box 360.  He produced a remix of “pug” for the Smashing Pumpkins.  He also worked with FreedomZone on Mountain Dew’s AMP Energy Drink National Radio Campaigns and Music Circuit. Myers is developing non-linear music composition techniques to support interactive multimedia applications which are leading the way in contemporary film style orchestral scoring for video games.

As a musician Chuck plays a wide variety of obscure instruments including Shakuhachi, Ban Di, Quena, Harmonica, and many other percussion instruments. Myers has led Big Idea with a deep understanding of the technological side of music production combined with his love for composition.  His command of music, art, and science, his talents as a pianist, guitarist, and drummer and his vivid imagination have allowed him to become a true innovator. He studied Electrical Engineering and Music at the University of Utah from 1982-1988.

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