Ross Fortune is a Dublin based producer, mixing engineer and composer. He has produced music and sound for video games, television, film, adverts for well-known national and global brands, and popular music for national radio.
In 2008 Ross graduated from the highly regarded University College Dublin School of Music. He began his career as a freelance composer and creative sound designer writing music for short films and commercial campaigns for clients including Renault, Radió Telefís Éireann (RTÉ), the Irish Film Institute, and The Porterhouse Brewing Company. In 2013, he began exploring the world of interactive media and video game sound. His work has since appeared in the global cult hit video game Hotline Miami 2 and other popular titles on a variety of platforms. He has produced and mixed for established Irish artists including VANN MUSIC, Ham Sandwich’s Niamh Farrell, and Benny Smiles.
Ross is an Avid certified Pro Tools operator, and began teaching music production and recording technology after graduating from UCD. He eventually founded his own registered sound training centre Secret Sound in 2011, where he continues to lecture music production in Pro Tools, Ableton Live and Logic Pro.
Ross specialises in blending electronic and organic instrumental elements with orchestral textures to create diverse and evocative music, soundscapes and sound design. He composes in many musical styles and is equally confident producing pop music, electronic scores or orchestral and instrumental works. His technical prowess with cutting edge recording and mixing technology, combined with classical training and a high level of proficiency on multiple instruments have allowed him to produce highly personal work and develop a unique creative voice.
Griffith College Dublin (2014)
Certificate in Music Production for Games (Distinction – 1st class honours equivalent)
Pulse Media College (2013)
Game Development and Project Management (FETAC Level 6)
University College Dublin (2008)
Bachelor of Music (Hons) Music (2:1)
University College Dublin (2007)
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Music & Sociology (2:1)