Ronnie Minder

is a Swiss born, Australian based composer. He started composing at a young age, inspired by the music of Vangelis, Klaus Doldinger and Giorgio Moroder. Always knowing his path would ultimately lead to scoring for the big screen, it would all come to fruition when he relocated to Australia in 2008. Before scoring films internationally, he signed his first record contract in 2001 with German electronic music label, Shogun Records. Ronnie quickly became one of the most sought after electronic music producers in Switzerland, releasing his music on record labels globally. His music received support by industry giants such as Tiesto and Armin van Buuren. His releases were licensed to many countries and featured on hundreds of CD compilations worldwide, selling millions of units. After living in Australia for several years, having launched his own record label in 2009, in 2014 he decided to fully focus on scoring films. Being known across the globe for his unique trademark melodies and themes, it didn’t take long for Ronnie to score his first feature film. Two of his earliest projects were shown in Cannes and many International film festivals. He scored many feature films, documentaries and commercials for film makers in America, Spain, Germany, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. He scored several projects for Porsche, one of them starring Hollywood star, Patrick Dempsey. His score for sci-fi film ‘Ouroboros’ was featured on the front page of iTunes U.S. Soundtracks for several weeks. Minder recently collaborated with Australian director, Matthew Holmes. He composed a 90 minute score for Matthew’s epic Australian bushranger film, ‘The Legend of Ben Hall’, executive produced by Greg McLean (Wolf Creek). Already a very successful career in electronic music under his belt, his distinctive and versatile scores quickly made Ronnie a very in-demand film composer. Now with an emphasis on the U.S., Minder’s passion and dedication for music and film is being reinforced through the ongoing relationships he’s forging with film makers across the world.

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