League of Legends composer Edouard Brenneisen creates emotionally dynamic music scores for film, television and video games.
While the orchestra is the backbone of his musical palette, Brenneisen also infuses his love for “electricity” and obscure instruments in many of his scores. His work stretches from full-fledged orchestral scores to industrial, bleeding-edge electronic mayhem. True to his European upbringing, Brenneisen holds a particular interest for nuanced colors and emotive melodies.
Edouard Brenneisen’s work include music for the animation series “Yu-Gi-Oh!”, the David Attenborough documentary “Micro Monsters 3D”, and video game behemoth “League of Legends”. He has explored the mind of a tortured serial killer in “The Barber”, depicted the sweeping vistas of the Middle East in the documentary “Ode to my Mother”, as well as created the aural backdrop of the technology-centric Anthony Zuiker thriller “Cybergeddon”.
Edouard lends richly textured and emotionally compelling scores to the projects he embarks upon: “The way I see my work as a composer, I am mapping out the human heart. Observing, sustaining, coercing, magnifying, expressing and creating emotions – that is what I strive to achieve in my work”.
Edouard Brenneisen currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife Billye and their wizard dog Potter.
Experience & Education
Composer / Arranger / Producer for EB MusicJanuary 2001 to Present (over 17 years)
Composition and production of music for visual media; composition and production of songs for recording artists.
BM in Performance at Berklee College of Music2007 to 2008 (1 years)