Aminé Ramer is the founder of States of Sound & a Board Member of GMS U.S (Guild of Music Supervisors). As an award-winning music supervisor and consultant, Amine Ramer has influenced the sound and mood of feature films, documentaries, & television series. Ramer works between NZ and LA, Ramer’s success can be attributed to the careful selection of artists, ranging from the unknown to the popular. Her keen sensibility to create a visceral experience by connecting sight with sound along with an in-depth understanding of music rights and how to navigate the clearance process. Credits include Shantaram (Apple TV+) “Crip Camp”(academy award nominated, Peabody award) “Woodstock 99- Peace Love and Rage” “Jay & Silent Bob Reboot” “Baby Done” “Red White & Brass” “Flint Town” “Weeds” “ The Signal” “The November Man, “Faking it”, “Richard Pryor –Omit the Logic”, “DB Cooper”- “For A Good Time Call”
Upcoming projects: Lonely Planet (Netflix) Music Box Series 2 for The Ringer/HBO, Five Nights at Freddy’s/Blumhouse. Code 3.
Ramer has been a consultant for NZ on Air, & the NZ Music Commission and panelist for The Great Escape, M for Montreal, Iceland Airwaves, Break Out West, Musicians Institute, De Paul University, UK Trade and Investment Sync Mission, Music and Media Finland, Billboard Film & TV Conference, Bylarm, Olso, SXSW, Norwich Sound and Vision, among others.