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Charlie Clouser

Charles Alexander Clouser (born June 28, 1963, in Hanover, New Hampshire) is a musician whose activities include playing keyboard, synth, theremin, and drums. He is known for his abilities in music programming, engineering, mixing, and remixing. He was a member of the band Nine Inch Nails 1994–2000. Before he was in Nine Inch Nails, he was in the alternative band Burning Retna with former L.A. Guns guitarist Mick Cripps and fellow Nothing Records worker Sean Beavan. Clouser also was a member of the band 9 Ways To Sunday who released a self titled album in 1990

In 2004 Clouser produced the album Size Matters by the band Helmet. Which was composed mainly of songs recorded by Charlie Clouser and Page Hamilton for what was to be a Page Hamilton "solo" album. The first release from the project "Throwing Punches" appeared on a soundtrack in 2003 for the film Underworld as a Page Hamilton track.

In the late 1990s Clouser created one of FirstCom music's master series discs. These were only sold with licence to use commercially.

Two songs programmed by Clouser were nominated for Grammy Awards in 1997: White Zombie's "I'm Your Boogie Man" and Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper's "Hands of Death (Burn, Baby, Burn)," the latter of which Clouser also co-wrote and mixed.

He worked with Trent Reznor on the soundtrack of Natural Born Killers, helping record and produce a new version of "Something I Can Never Have," a track of which original version appeared on Nine Inch Nails' Pretty Hate Machine album. The remix of Rob Zombie's "Dragula" can be found on The Matrix soundtrack, also credited to Clouser. He produced Helmet's album Size Matters and the unfinished project with Page Hamilton called Gandhi.

He provided the live synth for Alec Empire's "Intelligence And Sacrifice" tour in 2001.

He appears in the Moog documentary about electronic-music pioneer Robert Moog and composed the song "I Am a Spaceman" for the original soundtrack of that movie.

Clouser has also worked as a film and television composer, scoring the Saw series of films, as well as Death Sentence (2007), Resident Evil: Extinction (2007), Dead Silence (2007), and Deepwater (2005).[1] On television, he is the composer for the NBC TV series Las Vegas Freeway, and the CBS series NUMB3RS.

Clouser contributed to the Score for the film Collateral (2007).

For the film Saw, he composed the ending theme "Hello Zepp".
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