Mark Twine and Tobie Rudd began a composing partnership (previously known as MediaTypes Music) in 1999.
Using the latest technologies to create the perfect soundtrack, Mark and Tobie can shift from epic film score style to the latest cutting edge music for your TV, Film, and Game projects.
Most recent projects have included the FIFA Fair Play campaign and the FIFA Centennial music, as well as the forthcoming PC Game Heart of Empire: Rome.
Tobie Rudd MMus, BA
Classically trained composer Tobie Rudd studied at the University of East Anglia before moving on to the Royal College of Music in London, where he obtained a Masters Degree in Composition for Screen. Having studied with composers Joseph Horovitz and Debbie Wiseman, and writing for both the concert hall and material for television (including S4C's international animation festival) he became ghost writer for film and television composer Roger Bolton. After successfully working on numerous projects (including the BBC's cult drama BUGS, BBC2's Video Nations, and documentaries) he formed MediaTypes Music with fellow composer Mark Twine.
Composer/Producer Mark Twine had an interest in electronic instruments and music from an early age. After forming his own project studio he worked as programmer and synth sound designer for various clients, before becoming Sound Designer and Studio Assistant to film and television composer Roger Bolton. After working successfully on various projects (including ITV's The Grand, BBC's cult drama BUGS, and numerous documentaries for BBC/C4/The Discovery Channel) in a range of styles from cutting edge electronica to orchestral score, Mark began a new venture with fellow composer Tobie Rudd.