Jongnic Bontemps started providing music technology solutions in 2011 and since then has helped scores of succesful film, TV and game composers.
Jongnic Bontemps is a 15 year veteran of Silicon Valley as a software developer, development manager and entrepenuer. During his tenure in software, Jongnic built award winning software products, enterprise web based applications, pioneered Software as a Service for software security, built and managed state of the art data centers and hired development, quality assurance and product management teams. He still maintains his network of software engineers, data center operators and IT professionals that can be harnessed to solve the needs of Composer Tech's clients.
Jongnic blends his vast experience in computing and software with his experience as a composer. A graduate of the Scoring for Motion Picture and Telelvision program at the University of Southern California, Jongnic is uniquely positioned to develop IT and music technology solutions for film, TV and game composers. Being a composer, he intuitively understands the needs of Composer Tech's clients and builds custom targeted solutions.
"The place where music and technology meet can be inspiring and daunting. I enjoy helping composers stay inspired by removing the terror of tech. Let's meet and talk about how we can help keep you inspired."
Jongnic (JB) Bontemps, Principal Composer Tech
Harrison Lee has been composing with sequencers and all kinds of equipment and software since 2005, integrating them into his workflow in a creative fashion. Since he moved to Los Angeles in 2011, his skills have kept him busy supporting successful TV and film composers.
Harrison has studied music all throughout his life, but has always had a strong passion for computer science. In his work, he has always kept an open mind for how software can influence both efficiency and creativity. His familiarity for how computer coding works has allowed him to have a natural understanding of major software and has allowed him to produce custom software solutions. Although Harrison has changed his focus to composing music for media, he still finds time to create new and innovative solutions to problems composers face. Harrison also does a lot of work in the electronic music genre and has experience putting together equipment and designing templates for live performance.
Harrison's unique learning background has given him the tools to fuel his passion for problem solving. Having studied at the University of Southern California, he is keenly aware of the technical immersion that composers live everyday, and strives to elevate the condition of a composer's workflow.