A Multi-Talented Musician and Producer: Since graduating from Musicians Institute in 2006, multi-talented Israeli born and raised guitarist, composer and producer Amit Ofir has amassed a multi-faceted resume that includes writing international pop hits; penning tracks for numerous TV shows and films; scoring on the Active Rock chart and touring with his own band, Abused Romance; and touring internationally with DJ Dali, playing festivals for up to 12,000 in Brazil, Japan, Denmark, U.K., Israel, Russia and Mexico.
Since he began writing and producing in 2011, Ofir (aka “Wolves”) has produced and co-written the theme song for the popular Disney Channel show Andi Mack; co-written the DJ Deorro track “Lies”; co-written and produced “Life’s A Beach” for Korean artist Amber An; co-written and produced the song “Thursday” for acclaimed indie artist Lostboycrow; and co-written and produced “Bang Bang (Remember My Name)” by Bellsaint, which was later licensed for the show Famous in Love.
Throughout his career, Amit has worked with everyone from John Legend, Ray Dalton, Nata- lie Imbruglia and Jorge Bianco to Wanting Qu, Ryan Cabrera, 98 Degrees, international artist Samantha Mumba and Bryce Soderberg from Lifehouse, among many others.
Networks, TV and Films: Ofir signed a publish- ing deal in 2017 with Position Music. He has either licensed his music or been contracted to compose and record tracks for numerous networks, including Fox, NBC, ABC, Hallmark Channel, MTV, CBS, Discovery, BET, History Channel, The CW, E!, Bravo, USA Network, VH1, Lifetime, H2, Hoovo, Oxygen, truTV, Cinemax, Fuel TV and the Outdoor Channel. Placements include Riverdale, Famous in Love, Greenhouse Academy, The Today Show, Golden Gods Awards for Revolver magazine, the film All Things Valentine, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, NFL and College Football on Fox, Counting Cars, E! News Live, Finding Carter, Graceland, Hollywood TODAY Live, LeAnn & Eddie, Lucifer, Museum Men, My Job Rocks, Stalker, Total Divas and UFC Ultimate Rocker among many others.
Taking His Fellow Indie Artists to the Next Level: At his own studio or at larger facilities, Amit Ofir has worked for years with independent bands and artists, using his songwriting and producing experience to help them develop their ideas and songs into ready-to-release recordings. Though he works in many genres, his specialty is alt-pop and one of his trademarks is incorporating urban vibes, beats and electronic sounds into organic acoustic tracks created by real instruments. “My strengths lie in collaborating with them to bring their visions to life,” he says. “I am there to take them from A to the finish line by helping them define their sound, embellishing what they have and making it solid and concise. If necessary, I will bring in an outside writer to help develop the songs with us. I also make sure their work is professionally mixed and mastered. It’s a very collaborative process. They will leave here with a finished product they can go out and perform, release and license.”
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