KYLE WITTLIN is a Los Angeles-based composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and GRAMMY nominated educator.

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Starting his career working at Sony Music and then in management at The Firm in Beverly Hills (with many top acts such as Linkin Park, The Dixie Chicks, Snoop Dogg, Tears For Fears, Miranda Lambert and Tom Morello), Kyle quickly realized that he'd rather be "in" the band instead of working "for" the band.  So he jumped ship from the business to the creative side of town.

After working for a record producer / film composer, Kyle then attended the UCLA Extension Film Scoring Program where he had tremendous access to many of the industry's great composers, including Christopher Young,  Michael Giacchino, John Powel, Hans Zimmer, Mychael Danna, Mark Isham, Patrick Doyle, + Alexandre Desplat.

Since 2007, Kyle has been creating original music for film, television, DJ's, and all multi-media platforms (web, cell phones, apps) and playing gigs around Los Angeles on percussion, drums, and saxophone with the live hip-hop act Bradley Keys + Infinite, the roots folk-rock trios of Mason Reed and D. Henry Fenton, and the reggae/dub outfit Jupiter's Moon.

Kyle currently serves as the Musical Director at Bridges Academy in Studio City, California.

Kyle is a member of The Society of Composers + Lyricists and BMI.


Kyle's recent credits include music for Toyota, Corvette, Volkswagen, Oakley, Bell, Saturday Night Live, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, The Hero, The Voice and American Idol.  Other television credits also include music used on: "The Sing Off" and "Last Call With Carson Daly" on NBC, "10 Things I Hate About You" and "Bet On Your Baby" on ABC, "Hillbilly Handfishin" on ANIMAL PLANET, "Guy Code", "Black Girls Rock" and "Behind the Music" on MTV, "The Real Housewives of Miami", "Married to Medicine" and "Rocco's Dinner Party" on BRAVO, "American Pickers" and "Invention USA" on HISTORY, "Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition" on TLC, "American Colony", "Brain Games", and "Diggers" on NatGeo, "A List New York" and "A List Dallas" on LOGO, "40 Most Shocking Hip Hop Moments", "Behind the Music", "Best Week Ever" and "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" on MTV2/VH1, "Politics of Love" on SHOWTIME, "Levantate" and "Una Maid En Manhattan" on TELEMUNDO, "Toddlers and Tiaras" and "Say Yes To the Dress" on TLC, "Barter Kings" on A&E, "The Guide By Scion" on FOX/FUEL, "The Voice" on NBC, "Bullproof" on Audience Network, "UFC Countdown" on FOX, "Interior Therapy" on BRAVO, "Dog and Beth on the Hunt" and "My Big Redneck Vacation" on CMTV, "American Pickers" on HISTORY, "Modern Marvels" on H2, "Fatal Encounters" and "Hillbilly Blood" on Discovery, "No Kitchen Required" on BBC America, "Double Divas" on Lifetime, "A List Dallas" on LOGO, "Teen Mom 2" on MTV,  "Monster Fish" on The Outdoor Channel, "Off Limits" and "Ultimate Travel Vegas Insiders" on Travel, and "NY Ink" on TLC, "American Idol" on FOX, and many more.

In August 2013 Kyle scored the pilot for "Rick's Parking", a comedy show starring Ron Howard's brother Clint and their father Rance.

Winter and spring of 2013 saw Kyle writing a bunch of custom score for "King of the Nerds" (TBS) and "The Hero" (TNT) starring The Rock.

In June 2012, Kyle scored the award-winning short action film "Raw Brute" for director Josh Tessier.

In 2011, the Ohio Department of Transportation did a Glee-style educational promo video featuring  Kyle's track "Push It".

In addition to scoring a #1 ringtone on the Verizon charts with his ringtone "Dancing Fiddler", 2010 also saw the release of the AFI short film, "Marvin the Matador" with original music by Kyle.

In the spring of 2009, digital marketing and media company, The Viral Factory (now known as Denizen), hired Kyle to score the YouTube sensation "Acrobuttocks" (aka Guy Catches Laptop With His Butt).

This video became one of the most viewed viral campaigns of 2009, it generated 1 million views in just one week and over 5 million views total. The video was featured on national and international television including NBC, MTV, G4, and Fuji TV.  The video was also noted among the best viral ads of 2009 by Mashable, the Wall Street Journal, and Gawker.

In 2008 Kyle completed the score for director Matthew Arnold's feature length documentary "The Long Green Line" which won, amongst other  awards, Best Documentary at the Lake Forest Film Festival in Chicago.

Kyle also did the music and sound design for director Zach Math's cut of the "Orkin" commercial, which competed in 2008 at the Cannes Film Festival in France.

In 2007 Kyle worked with Math and producer Jonah Bekhor on the short film "Egg Love" which won Best Short Film at the Palm Springs Film Festival.