Christopher Tyng’s 20+ years writing, performing and producing music for television, film and records has produced an amazingly diverse list of credits and collaborations.  He holds numerous awards from BMI, SESAC, two OFTA nominations and a win for best TV theme (Futurama). Music from his scores, soundtracks and projects have been streamed many millions of times by fans the world over.

In his work composing original scores for television series and films, Tyng’s notable recent projects range from the dark electronica and retro-soul-tinged music on the top-rated USA Network multi-season hit series “Suits” to the dark and moody music on the Golden Globe nominated firehouse drama “Rescue Me”; the indie/emo score for the genre-defining hit FOX series “The OC”; and the space-age-retro electronica theme and orchestral underscore for Matt Groening’s Emmy award-winning “Futurama.”  Rounding out his resume are numerous scores and songs for independent and major TV and film releases from ABC, NBCUniversal, Warner Bros., Sony, FOX, HBO, Touchstone, Polygram, and Interscope among many others.

As an artist, Tyng draws on a broad knowledge of musical cultures, styles and genres, bringing a multi-faceted original approach to the music he creates.  From songwriting and scoring a film with the seminal LA punk bank “X” - to scoring live with the London Symphony - to performing all of the parts on a indie-band, electronica, or multi-ethnic score himself, Tyng is equally at home in front of the microphones, producing/mixing at the recording console, remixing with his DJ rig, and creating bespoke sound design with his wall-sized modular synthesizer.  With every project he continues to cultivate new musical territory that is memorable, emotional, and unique.

Known to always be on the cutting edge of music, Tyng is a master technologist as well as an ergonomics and workflow expert. He has designed and implemented multiple commercial studios for his own teams, as well as a complete post/dubbing studio for 20th Century Fox.  Tyng’s current 6000 sq’ studio complex is widely held to be one of the most inspirational and sophisticated studios the world over; it includes a first-ever revolving-floor mixing/producing control room (where the artist remains in the sonic “sweet spot” no matter what workstation is being used); a multi-HD-camera performance soundstage with full concert-lighting trusses and related editorial suite; as well as more traditional recording/writing spaces that house an incredible and carefully curated collection of acoustic instruments, vintage analog and modular synthesizers, boutique recording equipment and cutting edge software. Tyng is fluent in and makes innovative use of his main platforms Avid Pro Tools, Apple Logic Pro, Ableton Live and NI Traktor (DJ).  As well, Tyng’s continued involvement in both inventing and evolving new tools and the workflow itself of media content production, management and delivery has the potential to herald changes for the entire industry in the years to come.


Suits                                                                                                                 USA Network 
Seasons 1 – 8 (112 Episodes) 
NBC Universal/Hypnotic 
Producers:  Doug Liman, Aaron Korsch, Dave Bartis, Gene Klein 
Futurama                                                                                                      FOX/Comedy Central 
Seasons 1 – 7 (140 Episodes) 
20th Century Fox Television 
Producers: Matt Groening, David X Cohen 
Covert Affairs                                                                                           USA Network 
Season 1 (11 Episodes) 
NBC Universal/Hypnotic 
Producers:  Doug Liman, Dave Bartis, Gene Klein, Matt Corman 
The OC                                                                                                           FOX 
Warner Bros. Television 
Seasons 1 – 2 (52 Episodes) 
Producers:  McG, Doug Liman, Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage 
Rescue Me                                                                                                    FX 
Seasons 1 – 5 (74 Episodes) 
Sony Pictures Television/DreamWorks Television 
Producers:  Peter Tolan, Denis Leary 
Knight Rider                                                                                               NBC 
NBC Universal 
Season 1 (18 Episodes) 
Producers:  Doug Liman, Dave Bartis, Gene Klein, Dave Andron, 
                   Gary Scott Thompson 
The Job                                                                                                          ABC 
Seasons 1 – 2 (19 Episodes) 
ABC Entertainment/DreamWorks Television 
Producers:  Peter Tolan, Denis Leary, Lauren Corrao 
Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire                Comedy Central 
Comedy Central 
Season 1 (6 Episodes) 
Producers:  Peter Knight, Brad Johnson 
Finding Amanda                                                                                 Capacity Pictures 

Director:  Peter Tolan 
The Girl Next Door (Additional Score)                                               Regency Enterprises 
Director:  Luke Greenfield 
Bookies                                                                                                    Intermedia Films 
Director:  Mark Illsley 
Seven Girlfriends                                                                              White Dwarf Prod. 
Director:  Paul Lazarus 
The Bumblebee Flies Anyway                                                 Shooting Gallery 
Director:  Martin Dufffy 
Bring Me the Head of Mavis Davis                                         BBC Films 
Director:  John Henderson 
The Associate                                                                                          Touchstone Pictures 
Director:  Donald Petrie 
Kazaam                                                                                                          Touchstone Pictures 
Director:  Paul Michael Glaser 
The Diamond of Jeru                                                                        USA Network 
Director:  Dick Lowry, Ian Barry 
Olive, the Other Reindeer                                                            FOX 
Director:  Steve Moore 
Slave of Dreams                                                                                   Showtime 
Director:  Robert M. Young 
Futurama: The Game                                                           Vivendi Universal 
The Simpson’s: Road Rage                                                EA 
The Simpson’s: Wrestling                                                  Activision