Composer, Producer & Sound Designer

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works

Podcasts

• podcast editing •

Evo

• Original Score • Short Film • Sound Design •

Scarlett and the Man

• Original Score • Short Film •

Matroska

• Original Score • Short Film •

Brothers Day

• Feature Film • Original Score •

Conte Até 10

• Location Sound • Short Film •

EU, European Union

• Original Score • Video Art •

Confins

• Original Score • Video Art •

Temporário

• Original Album • Solo Projects •

A Pack of Homely Songs

• Original Album • Solo Projects •

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Felipe Ayres, is a BA Honors degree graduate from Paraná, Brazil’s School of Music and Fine Arts. He is also certified in Audio Post Production at Manchester’s famous School of Sound Recording (SSR) UK.

Felipe is a musician, producer, composer and sound designer who has been a part of feature film projects, documentaries, promotional videos and visual arts from various places around the globe such as Brazil, England and Portugal.

Felipe is musically fluent in a number of instruments including the harp, piano, acoustic and electric guitar. He experiments with various forms of digital audio technology and conducts live electronic performances (Live P.A.).

Felipe released his first solo album in 2008 entitled “Temporário” which brings together a vibrant mixture of acoustic instruments, electronic elements and atmospheres.

In late 2012 Felipe released the single “The Trip I Never Did” taken from his most recent songwriting project.

Throughout 2013-2014 Felipe has composed a number of film scores for shorts such as ‘Matroska’ and ‘Scarlett and the Man’ by British Writer/Director Adam Marsden and for the feature film ‘Brothers Day’ by Spanish Director Angel Delgado.

Felipe is a musician, producer, composer and sound designer who has been part of feature and short film projects, documentaries and visual arts from various places such as Brazil, England and Portugal. Felipe is a Music BA Honors degree graduate and certified in Audio Post Production at Manchester’s School of Sound Recording (SSR) UK.