What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Television, Multimedia, Songs
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Classic electronic, world music and classical music
Is music your main income source?
Where do you live?
About Me (Must include at least one paragraph of biographical information about you as a composer) - blank or minimal answers on this line will cause your request to be rejected. Include a link to your website if you have one.
Amir Khan's multi genre work has been published in multiple media across the globe. His main instrument is the keyboard but he is well-versed in several instruments including classical sitar and tabla.
Amir is Berklee Music alumni specializing in computer music production. With over 20 years of composing & arranging experience, Amir is always exploring new music technology and new media. Some of his recent projects include composition/sound design for video games & collaborations with international artists. Amir's first solo album, Space Dimensions (EMI 1990) is available globally.
Amir's music is also available on commercial licensing catalogs like Manchester Library, YookaMusic, Mainstream Source and many more. His published work has appeared/appearing on EMI International and Far East Peach (Japan) labels.
Thanks for your comments! Yes, I have at least one tune with lead on sitar (Magic Moments) and another short demo tune with sitar (Desi Turz)...not been able to upload here but you can hear them both on my official website:
Hi Amir! thanks to you, and for stopping and listening.
I used to play violin, either acoustic or electric, and a bit of erhu, but I had a car accident that damaged my neck and hands and now I can't play them anymore. What you heard is all computer, though I tried to pick up sounds the more realistic possible. I believe you play sitar and tabla, now those are wonderful instruments! And they are so difficult to play! Hats off Amir. Where can I listen to you playing them, please? Regards
Hi Amir, I am listening to the tracks you have here. I have especially liked Transmatic and Images from the past, although quite different one from the other they both I enjoyed much.
Thanks for sharing! cheers