Chris Wirsig is an award-winning
composer, songwriter and producer, who enjoyed classical
training on piano and saxophone, studied audio engineering at
SAE Technology College, and has more than 20 years experience in
music production. His music can be heard in games like the
acclaimed Top Ten iPad game “Alien Tribe 2,” the multiple
award-winning short movies “Intervention,” “20 Matches,” “Cat
Dexx: Inkosi,” and “Trick Of The Old Cat,” the comedy feature
film “39 And A Half,” and in numerous TV shows on ABC, E!, MTV,
Fox Sports, Audience Network/DirecTV, and many others.
Current and upcoming projects include the pilot for a
tech-horror web series, “Glitch,” an LGBTQ+ animated comedy
series, “Be More Popcorn,” the cyberpunk boxing drama “Steel
Will,” and a charity project with an orchestral cover version of
Depeche Mode’s “People Are People,” a project with 36 musicians
and singers, benefitting several organizations fighting for
justice and equality, arranged and produced solely by Chris.
On the songwriting/producing side, Chris started the acclaimed
Electro Pop/Dark Wave band no:carrier in 1995 and the
Electronica/Chill-Out project Virtual Conformity in 2001, as
well as several side projects. He’s also co-writing and
producing songs with other artists and songwriters like Psyche,
Lori Barth, Briana Cash, Daniel E. Wakefield, Liza Marie Sparks,
Queen Chameleon, The Dust Ryde, echoekill, and many others.
Chris is a Grammy Voting Member, as well as a member of the
Production Music Association and the Society Of Composers and
Lyricists, for which he served as LA Administrator for two years
and is now a member of its Board of Directors.