Lewis Amoroso

A fresh perspective

With a natural inclination towards music from a young age, Lewis Amoroso has made a name for himself as an award-nominated music producer. Self-taught on the piano and later picking up the guitar and drums, Lewis honed his craft before going on to study music production and theory at university. Based in the United Kingdom, where he earned his first-class honours degree in Music Production, Lewis has worked with clients globally, including notable names such as KPM, BMG, and Atomica.

His music has been featured on channels such as the BBC and in commercials for brands like Samsung. In his free time at university, Lewis worked with a variety of students and bands to produce their sound, which helped launch his career as a music producer. He has since built a large catalogue and earned numerous sync placements, showcasing his ability to work across different genres and styles while maintaining his own unique sound.

A musical maverick

Thanks to his previous experience with sound design, Lewis has become a proficient sound designer himself.

He has collaborated closely with sonic branding agencies to create bespoke soundscapes that perfectly align with brands’ sonic identities. By dissecting briefs and combining ideas with his modern sound, Lewis brings a fresh perspective to each project he takes on.

Lewis’s contemporary style is characterized by modern synthesis that is subtly mixed with organic elements, resulting in a unique sound that appeals to a wide audience.

In the coming year, he hopes to win the awards he has been nominated for and land major brand placements and audio logos. With his dedication to his craft and his ability to bring his clients’ visions to life, Lewis Amoroso is sure to continue making waves in the music production industry.

The mix of genres and styles suits my ability to work well to a brief and express my creativity through different outlets
Lewis Amoroso Music Producer

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