|Moto Racer (1997)||(Music mixed by)|
|Flashback: The Quest for Identity (1992)||(Music Composition )|
|007: James Bond - The Stealth Affair (1990)||(Effects)|
|Future Wars: Adventures in Time (1989)||(Sound)|
|Fade to Black (1996)||(Special Thanks)|
|Flashback: The Quest for Identity (1992)||(Many Thanks To )|
Born in 1966, Marc Minier was 4 years old when he started to play the Violin, the Guitar, the Piano and taking lessons of a musical theory. But his favourite instrument was the Piano and soon he launched into classical music. Seven years later, he entered to the National School of Music where he attended the courses of Mr Raymond Alessandrini. Meantime he obtained two degrees in Musical Theory at intermediate and advanced level. 1978 - 1979 were marked as unforgettable, which brought the "Best Piano" award in Val d'Oise and the "Second prize" at the National Piano Competition of Claude Khan "with the congratulations of the jury" In 1980, Raymond Alessandrini suggested going on to do a high graduate degree in music and having a full course of the speciality so he enter to C.N.S.M.D.P (Higher National Academy of Music and Dance in Paris) to take lessons in Piano, Harmony, Theory & Specialize Musical Theory. Having been given the private lessons in Piano by Mme Mme Dominique My & in Musical Theory by Mme Durue and Mme Tisserant he enrolled for a Piano course of Mme Lucie Robert Diecel at C.N.S.M.D.P. Three years after, influenced by Disco & Funk, Marc Minier continued to develop his musical talent towards the modern mixture of beats sounds making and recording. It's 1984, Marc Minier had a big challenge.He was working for the biggest well-known record companies of France... The next five years featured a second phase of his career as a Composer, a Sound maker and as well as a Sound engineer. Steeped in propulsive and contemporary sounds, he's got a set list of famous French and foreign artists who he worked with. Captured by modern sounds, fused with a new sense of melody & harmony and thanks to his interest in Instrumental, Classical and Modern music, Marc Minier couldn't find a better collaboration as Richard Clayderman this latest, whose pianist competence is known in the world, made him sell millions of albums since then. This Collaboration provided him with the unexpected opportunity to show his abilities using recent technologies and various techniques as well as to conduct with Roger Berthier : The Paris Opera Orchestra and to release 20 albums. Thanks to this experience, he has managed to fulfil three different jobs such as Producing being in charge of the Sound effects, and finally being the Sound engineer for DSI : (Delphine Software International). Today, Marc Minier devotes himself to writing the Sound tracks....Indeed, he had been listening to sound tracks for the last ten years which were composed by : John Williams, Alan Silvestri, Lalo Schifrin, Jerry Goldsmith, Danny Elfman, Howard Shore, Randy Edelman, Hans Zimmer, Ennio Morricone, J. Newton Howard, Leonard Bernstein, John Carpenter, Trevor Jones, James Horner, Vladimir Cosma.
Last updated: Sep 05, 2006