Todd Edward Schoeneman is a multi-nominated composer & recording artist from Detroit, Michigan with about 20 years of music business experience. From 2000 to 2012, he served as a principal songwriter, lead guitarist and vocalist in the pop/rock and indie bands “Avenue” and “Red Tape Riot. They performed with national acts, landed radio and podcast appearances, interviews and television performances on Fox 2, and PBS. He also spent a great deal of time working with platinum producer Jeff Robinson (The Rembrandts, Static X, Toad the Wet Sprocket) in the studio in (2003-2004) and later in 2008, where he developed his skill as a studio musician, learned engineering techniques and honed his talents into a more polished musical professional. In 2011, he also worked with Emmy Award winner Kevin Sharpe, who was thoroughly impressed by Todd’s level of preparation and direction in the studio.
“I want to send listeners on a magnificent journey, one they might like to revisit from time to time.” – Todd Edward Schoeneman
In 2012, Todd jumped into the world of film music (his favorite genre) and has steadily worked on a number of independent and commercial projects/releases, seeking always to raise the quality of the production and its effectiveness of the scene and connect it with the viewer/listener.
In 2013-2018 – Todd worked as freelance composer, signing publishing deals with a number of different music sync licensing companies. He also worked on short films, tv/web-series shows (in development) and was also tasked with creating the concept music for the feature film “The Peacemakers.”
He currently has music available for licensing through Dall Rae Music, Pond5, Songtradr and AudioSparx.
In 2019, Todd scored the first season of the children’s tv/web-series production entitled: “Hey Wembley!”