Chris Reineck has nearly a decade’s experience writing music for commercials, film, television, and experiential. He founded the creative audio agency TakeNote Music with his writing partner, Jeff Lurie, in 2012; working on campaigns for Ford, Lincoln, Rice Krispies, Stella Artois, Under Armour, Serta, and Swiss Chalet.
Reineck completed the Canadian Film Centre’s Slaight Music Residency program in 2016 and since then has worked as a composer and producer at Imprint Music and Eggplant Music + Sound, as well as an assistant to Lesley Barber on the films Nappily Ever After, Late Night, and the Hulu series Four Weddings and a Funeral (produced by Mindy Kaling). Reineck also wrote the score for the Bell-funded series Tokens as well as contributing to the upcoming children’s series Glowbies, the feature film Hazy Little Thing and the Amazon Prime / OutTV series Avocado Toast (with CFC alumn Neil Haverty).
Reineck also acts as a sound designer and consultant for the Muse, Muse 2, and the Muse S - a device which uses ECG information from brainwaves, heart rate, movement, and breath to create custom sonic experiences to aid in mindfulness and meditation.