Born in Rotterdam, Leo Anemaet was a solo guitarist before he started making music with computers. After buying an Atari in 1987, he not only became a sound engineer but created one of the world’s first House music hits Yaaah/Techno Trance (D-Shake).
With 120 titles under his belt, Leo has made versatile music and sound composition for installations, animation, film, television and theatre.
His titles include the award-winning satirical mockumentary TV series 30 Minuten and 25 Minuten by Pieter Kramer, the children’s cult television series Rembo&Rembo by Maxim Hartman and Theo Wesseloo and the 360-degree installation The Sea Voyage by Tungsten Pro in the National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam and Wonder Rooms 3.0 in The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.
Currently, Leo is composing a soundscape for the exhibition Lust for Life – Ed van der Elsken in Colour commissioned by The Nederlandse Fotomuseum in Rotterdam.
Likes: his old Fender Stratocaster, cooking, royalties
Dislikes: being late, noise, social media