Robert Thomas is a composer who makes music which adapts in realtime to the listeners situation – like a soundtrack to your life.
He has collaborated with Massive Attack, Imogen Heap, Hans Zimmer, Ben Burtt, Richard King, Tom Holkenborg, Carl Craig, Air, Bookashade, Jimmy Edgar, Mel Wesson, Little Boots, Chiddy Bang, Console, Sophie Barker (Zero 7) and Kirsty Hawkshaw (Opus III, Orbital, Tiesto).
He uses a range of techniques and approaches from adaptive systems, algorithmic, generative, stochastic composition, procedural generation and machine learning / artificial intelligence. He composes and programs bespoke experiences for each project.
Recent commissions include :
Elements, Google Pixel2 at Selfridges, with TEM
Personalised adaptive soundtrack for interactive installation
Pixel Records Sci Fi Supermall – Boiler Room x Google Pixel 2
Event soundtrack composed with AI systems and Wavenet style transfer processes.
Ecliptic Infinite generative 3d soundtrack for L-ISA Island system with L-Acoustics
Fantom with Massive Attack
On Your Wavelength, Pulling Out All The Stops with Marcus Lyall.
EEG controlled piece for Leeds Town Hall pipe organ and lasers.
Hear The City Soundtrack to the city of Rio during Olympic games 2016
BBC Click Live Audience emotion reactive music for BBC live show
Past commercial clients include :
Google, BBC, CISCO, National Geographic, Nintendo, Revlon.
See the projects page for all recent projects.
From 2009 to April 2014 Robert was Chief Creative Officer, composer and producer at the pioneering music app company RjDj. He was a part of the team that created the iOS applications Inception the App ( over 6 million downloads), The Dark Knight Rises Z+, Dimensions, RjDj and Rj Voyager. His role at RjDj involved music composition, sound design, production, programming, product and UX design.