Herman Martin is a composer who worked on the soundtrack for the first 4 seasons of Code Lyoko, the soundtrack for Code Lyoko: Get Ready to Virtualize, and the Subdigitals. He worked with Serge Tavitian. He is capable in both English and French, and actually teaches English. He currently lives in Brussels, Belgium. He is 5 feet, 11 inches; tall. He is bald with blue eyes. He is a tenor. He supports the British Labour party.
Herman Martin was originally from Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK; but moved to London, UK. Later, he moved to Brussels, Belgium. He now works on soundtracks, Jazz albums, and Dance.
He can play the piano and keyboard. He now runs a studio named "The Composer's Studio", a studio for private development. He also teaches English.
Code Lyoko Work
- All of the ambiance music "Co-written with Serge Tavitian". These tracks were recycled into Code Lyoko: Get Ready to Virtualize, the Code Lyoko: Social Game, Code Lyoko: Fall of X.A.N.A., and Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity.
Noteworthy Non-Code Lyoko Work
- Pretensions of a Stranger In a Strange Land "A Jazz album".
- Voice and Synthesizer work in "Blurt", a British music trio.
- Composing/ Producing for Mark Gilmore
- The soundtrack for Avant de partir (2010)
- The soundtrack for The Very Minute, (2010)
- The soundtrack for "La Lune"
- The soundtrack for Terre terra terrae (2009)
- The soundtrack for "The Insane Bucket Posse" (2006)
- The soundtrack for Le jardin (2003)
- Composing for Claire O’Neil
- The soundtrack for “un colonial chez les celtes”
- Music and Acting in "Walkman Blues"
- An appearance in "Imágenes del Tío Sam"
- The Write Stuff
- Rue de Haerne 192
- B-1040 Brussels
- Work Phone Number "European #" : +32/2/644 02 30
- Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Personal Email: email@example.com