Tae Gyun is a highly sought-after composer, producer, and mixing engineer with a diverse set of skills that have been widely recognized throughout his career. He received classical training as a pianist and earned a Bachelor's degree in Music Synthesis from Berklee College of Music.
His journey in the music industry began at Manhattan Beach Recording Studio in New York City, where he worked with high-profile clients such as Charlie Watts from The Rolling Stones, Pat Metheny, Meryl Streep, and David Hyde Pierce from "Frasier." As a composer in New York City, Tae also contributed compositions to ABC's "One Life to Live" and Louis Vuitton & Soundwalk's Asian audio travel guide project, which won the 2009 SIA Creative Awards Bronze medal.
After relocating to Los Angeles, Tae Gyun expanded his composition field into the gaming industry and worked on various projects for CBS, Universal Production Music, and major game developers such as Marvel, Disney Interactive, Nintendo, and Valve Corporation. Tae's collaboration with Crave Mob led to the development of a music game app called "Blow Up," which ranked 2nd on the US iTunes game top chart and 1st in many countries, including China and South Korea. With his musical background and technical expertise in audio engineering, Tae incorporates these elements strongly in his music production to achieve top-quality output.
He is the main producer and composer for 'Where the Star Falls (Up All Night)' and 'In the Orbit We Meet Again,' both sung by Dazbee, which have recently achieved 7 million and 2 million worldwide streams on Spotify, respectively.
He is also known for actively collaborating with singer-songwriters from around the world. He co-wrote and produced "Supercharged" (Kwanza Jones), which ranked on the Billboard Top 20 Dance chart. Tae's versatility and proficiency as a composer, producer, and mixing engineer have made him a highly respected figure in the music industry.