Ale Martí

Composer

Ale Martí studied music at the Escuela de Música de Buenos Aires (EMBA). Most recently Ale was the composer, arranger and musical director for CBBC series ‘Almost Never’ for Salt Beef TV. He recorded his first solo album ‘In December’ in 1999 and took it on tour in his native Argentina. At the same time he was working as a mastering and sound engineer for Argentine bands including Soda Stereo, Charly Garcia and Fito Paez, whilst also composing music for commercials, TV and theatre. In 2002 Ale moved to Madrid where he became the main composer at ASK Musica & Publicidad, one of Spain’s four biggest ad-music companies. He then moved to OEO Music and later to Beat Music, two of the other leading studios, composing for clients including Coca Cola, Vodafone, Orange, Renault and McDonalds.

In 2007 he set up his own company, Sausalito Music, and started to write music specifically for film and TV. Since then his credits have included primetime TV series ‘Hospital Central’, ‘Crematorio’ and ‘Vive Cantando’. His film work includes ‘Fermat’s Room’, the documentary ‘Ana & I’ and the short film ‘Somos Amigos’. In 2014 Ale relocated to London, where his studio is now based. He finished the year co-writing the soundtrack for the Spanish film ‘El Club de los incomprendidos’.