Los Angeles- and Nashville-based film and television composer, record producer, music supervisor, and musical director with 30 years of professional experience on high-level projects. His music credits range from primetime network dramas, to top rated comedies, Hollywood’s red carpet events, feature films, reality TV, and late night talk shows. His studio credits for album and remix production include Nine Inch Nails, Chaka Khan, Love And Rockets, Michael Jackson, Alicia Keys, New Order, Elton John, and the Grammy winning Roger S remix of "Hellagood" by No Doubt. Outside of the studio, Doug is the Conference Chair and Co-Founder of A3E, The Advanced Audio & Applications Exchange. A3E is a leading industry resource dedicated to the future of new music technologies. A3E is an educational partner to NAMM, The National Association Of Music Merchants. Doug DeAngelis began his professional career at age 18 at SyncroSound Recording Studio in Boston while attending Berklee College of Music for music synthesis. At age nineteen, he recorded the Nine Inch Nails hit “Head Like A Hole” with Trent Reznor and world-renowned producer Flood. In 1989, DeAngelis left Boston on a world tour with the Detroit Techno crossover dance artist Inner City. After the tour, he moved to New York City where he amassed over 300 album and remix credits including 31 #1 Billboard Chart singles. Doug's career then shifted to Los Angeles, where he signed with CAA and was chosen by Hollywood director/executive producer Michael Mann to score for his CBS crime drama series Robbery Homicide Division. In the years to follow, Doug scored several primetime series for John Wells Entertainment, Imagine Entertainment, and Dan Berendsen. He won a BMI Music Award for his underscore to the FOX series 'Lie To Me', composed the score for an Academy Award nominated film entitled 'The Garden', and composed the six-season comedy hit Baby Daddy for Freeform.