TTG Music Lab creates soundscapes for a wide range of artistic endeavors by working directly with the source sounds, and recording additional sounds and samples on site. TTG is comprised of:
As a percussionist / drummer / vocalist Geoff has created scores for over 40 dance/theatre performances, worked as a session musician on numerous recording projects and written and produced four solo percussion recordings. His cd, Music for Bipedal Movement, is currently distributed in 15 countries. A track from the latest release, “Next of Skin” was featured on So You Think You Can Dance Canada.
In 2000/2001 Geoff was a featured performer in AEROS, a spectacular show combining athletics, dance and music. During their 80-city tour of America Geoff played various percussion instruments live under the tutelage of Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas (co-creators of STOMP). TTG’s compositions for AEROS, including Geoff’s live performance, premiered on BRAVO US on October 21, 2001.
Geoff studied music, composition and computer applications in music at University of Waterloo and Sir Wilfred Laurier Universities.
View his profile on the IMDB.
Longo Hai has been composing music for 20 years. His solo releases and his collaborations with various artists have received extensive recognition in Europe and Canada.
His main instruments include guitar, bass and vox (he has also been known to yodel).
Longo has spent many years perfecting his unique engineering techniques and is responsible for engineering the unusual and evocative sounds of all TTG works, including over 180 TV shows, three feature films, and three commercial recordings.
Other interests include building and creating various instruments and adding to his extensive custom sampling library.
Ben Johannesen was born in Brooklyn, New York.
Classically trained in piano at the Vienna Conservatory of Music, Ben has studied and performed across Canada, the U.S., and Europe.
In his work as a composer for film, television, and classical and modern dance, Ben plays a wide variety of musical instruments in addition to scoring, arranging, and programming.