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Recording artist Christopher Rapkin is the quintessential "forward thinker" of the music industry. Whether he's doing session work, soundtrack editing, pre and post-production, or consulting for some of the top musicians, filmmakers, and corporations around the world, he is always passionate about working on the many projects he is involved with.


Not only is he well known for his lectures on strategic global marketing for the music industry, but Christopher is also part of the GRAMMY U Mentoring Program that helps many up and coming artists by develop their songwriting and performance skills. 


He is an active voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, (The GRAMMYS)  a professional member of the International Bluegrass Music Association, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), and the National Association of Recording Industry Professionals (NARIP). 


Christopher founded the Digital Composers Guild and is currently the President of Digitalology Media.

He has worked on numerous movie soundtracks including War, Destiny, and Easy Rider II, just to name a few.

He composed and arranged the entire score for the musical Servantissimo.


Christopher works with a wide range of clients. He composed and recorded the music for the 100th Anniversary celebration of Harley-Davidson, the intro and theme song for the Disappearing Chef, and various social media platforms. He has created media for art installations, production intros, plus, is a pioneer in the modern design of sound reinforcement for home and commercial recording studios.

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