About David Earl
David Earl, (Apple Certified Logic instructor and Native Instruments product specialist), is an accomplished Educator, Composer and Producer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. David has been creating electronic and orchestral music since 1993. He was a remixer for AM Records in 1996, creating house remixes of pop tunes. David started his composing career under the mentorship of Andy Newell of Earwax in 1997. He has composed for advertising, branding campaigns, television, film, and games. His work has contributed to Clio, Golden Gate and Emmy award winners. David’s current focus is in video games, where he has composed for games by Microsoft, Sega, LucasArts, and Double Fine. David’s production chops have contributed to Lila Rose, Emily Afton, Metal Mother, Artemis, Dream Theater, Kevin Kern, and many others. David is also known as sflogicninja on YouTube, where he has over 31,000 subscribers and 4 million views.