Music Industry News Network [11-07-2017]

Amrita Sen Music Adds Tony Joy


Los Angeles – Amrita Sen Music has added feature film sound engineer Tony Joy to her team. The announcement was made by composer/artist Amrita Sen. Sen is probably best known for her performance at the 2009 Academy Awards with music legend AR Rahman, singing “Jai Ho” from the Oscar-winning movie, Slumdog Millionaire. Her music reel includes collaborations with artists Justin Timberlake, Weezer and Timbaland.

According to Sen, she first met Tony Joy through composer/singer/songwriter A.R. Rahman, composer of the soundtrack for the aforementioned ‘Slumdog Millionaire’. Joy is no stranger to mixing commercials for both TV and radio, having overseen hundreds of spot projects during his tenure as a radio producer in Dubai. Joy has been based in Los Angeles since 2010. Joy’s mastering and sound engineering credits include work on the feature films ‘Million Dollar Arm,’ ‘The Hundred-Foot Journey,’ ‘Om Shanti Om,’ and ‘Jab tak Hai Jaan among others.

“Tony is one of the best mixing and mastering engineers in the music industry,” says Sen. “He is also an expert in mixing for Virtual Reality (VR), which is a genre we’re going to get further involved with.”

Joy was born in India and educated in the UK. He holds a Masters in Post Production – Sound Design from Bournemouth University and also holds a degree in Audio Engineering from the School of Audio Engineering (SAE) in Chennai, India. “I love navigating through the both the creative and logistical chaos in music,” says Joy. “As an engineer, I love cutting through the ambiguity to deliver stellar work.”

About Amrita Sen Music:
The goal at Amrita Sen Music is to build a catalogue that celebrates the music of the world. Sen is a songwriter/composer backed by being a full service instrument ready musician and professional singer. For more information, please visit



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