For over 20 years, New Yorker Federico Chieli has been composing adventurous and sophisticated music in genres like Dramatic, Rock, Jazz, Chillout, and Dance. With a degree from Berklee College of Music, he has been featured on a chic Versace commercial, and on “Every Day Italian” (Food Network, Giada De Laurentis). He concentrates on TV commercials, documentaries and websites, with clients like AOL and Estee Lauder. Federico also wrote scores for audio branding and product launches at Adobe, the launch of Howcast, the Logo network, and MTV Tempo network.
Versatility and originality are strong selling points for Composer Federico Chieli's numerous clients around the world. His orchestral scores include extensive acoustic instrumentation, which is highly prized, along with his deep knowledge of 'foreign' musical styles.
Classic rock track a la Rolling Stones "Start me Up", nice guitar riff and trajectory. Good energy without being overbearing. Guitars are not distorted, they are saturated just enough to be driving. Works for vintage ads and films or sport anything anywhere a solid groove is needed. Instrumental, Rock, Classic Rock
Upbeat Rock song. U2 meet contemporary beats. Cathedral like delays on the guitars. Use for anything that needs lift, propulsion and transport. The song has a crescendo that suggests motion, but with an anthemic, triumphant quality. Instrumental, Rock, Pop Rock
Great acoustic ballad, similar feel to Can't Find My Way Home, by Eric Clapton with Steve Winwood and Blind Faith. Works well for south western scenes, positive feel without being overpowering. There's something remeiniscent of Bob Seger or Joe Cocker. Instrumental, Rock, Classic Rock
Great in your face rock track. Infectious guitars riff intro that explodes when the drummer joins in.
Can be used for anything that needs power, speed racing, sports or chase scenes, bar fights, or guy's stuff on tv like home improvement, home make overs, car commercials, Instrumental, Rock, Classic Rock
Driving rock track reminiscent of I will follow you by U2. Rock band real instruments and feel great guitar riffs can be used for protest rebellion unsatisfaction war modern civil war strikes on anywhere a solid rock track is needed the energy lowers a bit in the bridge section, Instrumental, Rock, Modern Rock