Kapil Raman is a scholarship music graduate from Berklee College of Music who specializes in playing saxophones, flute, and piano, and music production, video game orchestration, mixing, and sound design.
Kapil Raman is an artist from Berklee College of Music, with eleven years of experience playing all the saxophones and flute, and also specializing in producing beats, mixing, and instrumentals. Growing up in California, he has been a part of several combos and bands, including East Bay Jazz High School All-Stars, and the California Jazz Conservatory Studio Band. He has played in several venues, most notably Tri-C Jazz Festival (which features artists like Ghostnote and Kamasi Washington) and Fete Music Hall (which features artists like Baby Keem) as a part of "tanline!", and Carnegie Hall as a part of his high school.
He debuted his production in his EP, "Low Battery," in April 2019, and composed video game soundtracks for graduates of the USC video game department. Kapil has been a part of several jazz, funk, pop, and hip-hop projects and features since, with artists like Gayathri Krishnan, Joey Madison, and Chris Peters.
If you want a versatile saxophonist and flutist to mesh genres and be tasteful or aggressive depending on preference, or a producer to provide you with space to be the artist you are, work with Kapil, it will be well worth it. Further samples of features can be found on the bottom right of this page.
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