Danny McIntyre is an award-winning composer with extensive experience as a composer, producer, and academic. He currently holds the position of Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music and celebrates placements on national networks and cable stations on a regular basis. On the CBS network, he receives weekly high profile broadcasts for March Madness, NFL and SEC games and golf, for which he was recently presented a SESAC Film and Television Award for his many network performances in the years 2016 and 2017.
Most recently, Danny worked with collaborator and friend, Steve Cox on the PSVR shooter Farpoint, which became the highest selling VR game in history. The score won a Hollywood Music In Media award for best soundtrack and was nominated for a Jerry Goldsmith award for best video game score of the year in 2017. Danny also recently co-authored a textbook, which was published by Routledge Publishing on commercial composition and production called, “The Craft of Contemporary Commercial Music”.
When Danny isn't composing or producing music he loves to spend time with his awesome wife and two amazing kids.
PhD in music with a concentration in composition (University of Hawaii)
MM in Composition (Boston University)
Composition/Film Scoring double BM (Berklee College of Music)
AA jazz piano performance (Five Towns College)
2017 HMMA for best original score for a video game with Steve Cox for "Farpoint"
2016 Jerry Goldsmith best original soundtrack with Steve Cox for "Farpoint"
2017 SESAC award for Network Television Performance for Golf
2008 Fritz Hart Memorial Scholarship /Graduate Composer of the year (University of Hawaii)
2003 Magna Cum Laude (Berklee College of Music)
2002 Richard Levy award for Musicianship (Berklee College of Music)
1997 Phi Sigma honors society (Five Towns College)
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