Mark Knox’s music has been covered by Norman Conners, Grover Washington Jr., Gerald Veasley, Bob Thompson, and others. He’s been involved in world-class productions including Motown, The Philadelphia Orchestra, and Heads Up International Records. Mark's compositions appear in TV commercials, films, CD albums, and corporate events and campaigns. As a composer, arranger, keyboardist, producer, and audio engineer, his unique perspective on "both sides of the glass" is evident in his Jazz, Funk, Pop, Cinematic, Orchestral, and World music.
On the other side of that glass, Mark was the recording engineer on two Grammy-nominated albums and has produced TV and radio commercials for Coca-Cola, Budget, Ford, Kia, Comcast, and Yuengling Bros. Brewery. He has mixed and mastered over 100 various CD's for many well-known recording artists.
Mark has been involved with well-known projects and organizations, including “Standing in the Shadows of Motown,” “You Bet Your Life with Bill Cosby,” The Philadelphia Orchestra, The Philly Pops, The Opera Company of Philadelphia, "The Hamster Factor and Other Tales of Twelve Monkeys," and many other high-profile productions, publications and events.
Mark's CD of original compositions entitled "Places" was released world-wide in 2006 and garnered many positive reviews from Jazz critics. As Keyboardist, Composer and Co-Producer, Mark has appeared on 9 of Gerald Veasley's CD releases. As an established arranger, MIDI programer, and virtual orchestra arranger, his realistic acoustic and orchestral arrangements stand out in his various works as well as other artists projects including composing and arranging a "virtual pit orchestra" for several theater companies.
A musical rendition of the city of Taipei, Taiwan with Asian instrumentation and flavor. Great for a Taiwan or Chinese travelogue, food, logo, documentary or commercial. Could also be used for any far East Asian subject matter or a stand-alone musical representation of anything Chinese or Asian. Instrumental, Asian, Asian Dramatic
A traditional Vietnamese lullaby that has been passed down for generations. A lush orchestral arrangement with soprano sax playing the original melody. A nice underscore for a sleeping baby or romantic interlude. Can also be used for relaxation music for yoga or meditation. Instrumental, Childrens, Lullabies
A Japanese children’s song about a hungry raccoon who lives in a temple and beats his belly like a drum. An infectious melody that almost every Japanese person knows. Even if you’ve never heard it before, it sounds familiar. Innocent, fun and child-like making it a perfect commercial cue or theme. Instrumental, Japanese, Japanese Dramatic