about the composers
Hannah Ferber is a Composer and Singer/Songwriter known for her unique vocal character, excellent lyric writing chops, and pop sensibilities.
After earning her bachelor's degree from Berklee College of Music, Hannah followed the warmer weather and an offer of vocal session work to Los Angeles. Since then, she has had the opportunity to sing for companies big and small, most notably singing on multiple national Japanese commercials.
Hannah composes for Megatrax Production Music, Clearwave and MPATH, recently contributing to MPATH's award winning Phenomenal Women Vol. 6 album with the track "Gotta Move" (Broadcast Production Awards Best Overall Production Music Album of the Year June 2020). Her group, Hannah & The Engineers has an album out now through A-List Records and Universal Production music.
I’ve been writing music my entire life, starting in my teenage years as a grunge and punk guitarist. For the past 16 years, I’ve spent my time working in Los Angeles as a recording engineer, music producer & composer. The first decade in LA was spent primarily as a Recording Engineer / Pro Tools Engineer. Working in smaller project studios, all the way up to engineering sessions at legendary studios like Capitol, East West & United.
All of those years working as an engineer for others has helped me become a better musician. It allowed me to experience and help create multiple genres of music from jazz to classical and even choral music, genres I likely wouldn’t have experienced on my own.
For the last 6 years or so, I have spent the majority of my time on honing my craft as a music producer and composer. I’ve written for multiple publishers and music libraries as well as contributed as producer, engineer and multi-instrumentalist to indie artists The Won’t and Idylmind.