Sonic Composer, Alan Howarth’s film work started on Star Trek-The Motion Picture, launching him as a sound designer for the following 6 Star Trek feature films. Next was “Escape From New York”, collaborating with the director and composer, John Carpenter, and continuing on scores for “Halloween 2-6”, “Christine”, “Big Trouble in Little China”, “Prince of Darkness” and “They Live”. His award-winning Sound Design work placed him on the Oscar-winning sound effects teams for “The Hunt for Red October” and “Dracula” directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Prior to Hollywood, Alan had a variety of music-related activities. His sonic journey began in Cleveland, Ohio, playing music in regional rock bands, “Tree Stumps”, “Renaissance Faire”, and “The Silk” on ABC records, opening for “The Who”, and “Cream”. His original bands in Cleveland were Braino and Pi Corp. He was founder in Pi Keyboards and Audio, a pioneering synthesizer and pro audio shop. He provided keyboard synthesizer tour support for Joseph Zawinul of the fusion jazz band, “Weather Report”. Alan served as the audio advisor at Magic Leap, Chief Audio Officer at Electronic Arts , and sound designer at Dimension Audio’s 48.6 multi-channel sound system which defined today’s immersive multi-channel theatrical speaker array systems like Dolby Atmos. Firmly established as a producer, film composer, sound designer and researcher, he continues to be a sonic visionary today, creating patents for Natural Frequency Resonance Music wellness sound applications and cutting-edge immersive spatial music and audio designs for VR and Spatial Computing applications.