Daniel is an accomplished composer with a passion for creating music for film and video games. With a background in music education and teaching, Daniel has spent over twenty years in the field, honing his skills and developing a keen understanding of music theory and composition.
In 2017, he decided to pursue his lifelong dream of composing music for films and video games, and since then, he has written music for three short films and one student film. His compositions have been praised for their emotional depth and ability to capture the mood and tone of the visual medium.
Currently attending Berklee Online, Daniel is pursuing an MA in film scoring, expanding his knowledge and skills in the field of composition. He is constantly seeking new challenges and opportunities to push himself creatively, and is committed to delivering music that is both memorable and impactful.
As a composer for film and video games, Daniel brings a unique perspective to his work, drawing on his years of experience as a music educator and his deep love of the art form. He is dedicated to crafting music that not only enhances the visual medium but also stands on its own as a work of art.
"As a songwriter I define a good producer as trustworthy, skillful and understanding. When working with Daniel not only did he prove that I was right to trust him with my music but he understood me as an artist and had the skill to produce an amazing remix for me literally on the first try. He has an immense creativity which, combined with his knowledge of music theory, music trends and common sense, just makes great music. I can't wait to make more music with him."
Daniel Mauck is a brilliant talent -- an inspired and versatile composer who takes dramatic and comic theatrical ideas and turns them into music that can be haunting, dramatic, comic -- or just plain fun. Working with him on my upcoming children's musical Lucky and the Pirates has been a wonderful experience. I highly recommend him for any musical project that you have. He is the best!
Writer and filmmaker: Karen Goldfarb