About Miranda

Miranda Sachetta is a composer based out of Los Angeles, specializing in television, film, and other media.  She currently works alongside the music companies Jingle Punks and Burnett Music Group, and holds a Film Scoring degree from Berklee College of Music in her hometown of Boston, Massachusetts.

Her music can be heard across many shows, including The Voice, Transformers Prime Wars Trilogy, The Daily Show, and Real Housewives. She was a lead composer on the film, The Eagle Huntress, and has worked on numerous advertisements. Her writing style ranges widely from lush, sweeping orchestral pieces, gritty hip-hop and electronic, haunting, atonal soundscapes, and more.

Miranda builds each of her compositions from the ground up. She is fluent in sequencing programs such as Logic, as well as orchestrating and arranging pieces to be performed by live players. She has conducted her original scores many times, played saxophone, piano, and sang for fellow composer's sessions, and worked behind the mixer in the booth. Everything she writes has been composed, mixed, and mastered herself.

Her History

Miranda has always had a passion for music, having been surrounded by musicians from her large, loving Italian family.  She picked up the saxophone at age ten, and performed as a featured saxophone soloist throughout her middle and high school career, as well as playing the tuba in her high school marching band.  She accumulated several awards from 2004 to 2009, including MVP recognition from IAJE, MAJE, NESBA, and UNH jazz festivals, as well as the Berklee Judges’ Choice Award. She was also her school band’s president her senior year.

 

Miranda attended Berklee College Of Music on scholarship for her music writing and saxophone performance. She excelled in film scoring, orchestration, video game music, conducting, and jazz. She earned her degree in Film Scoring and graduated Cum Laude.  After graduation, she spent a year gigging frequently, playing saxophone and singing backup vocals in a local cover band, Blue Moon Band.  In February of 2015, she followed her dream of composing out to Los Angeles.