Tito Abeleda

Music Composer and Producer

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Music composer and producer at Visionary Quest Records creating modern classical and EDM music with a growing following of over 16,000 followers on Spotify.

Tito graduated cum laude with High Honors from Butler University, Jordan College of Fine Arts with a B.A. in Performing Arts majoring in Music, Dance, & Theatre. With over 30 years of professional experience in the entertainment industry, Tito has worked as composer, music director, director/choreographer, Broadway performer, producer, & entertainment lawyer. In 2017, Tito founded Visionary Quest Records to embody his music. Notably, Visionary Quest Records music is all instrumental. Its mission statement is that Visionary Quest Records is a record label helping creators bring their creative visions to life with music & art. His music conveys a wide range of human emotions from powerful, epic, driving, to meditative, tranquil, to grief & sorrow expressed through modern classical, new age, to hip-hop & EDM via orchestral, chamber ensembles & electronic instrumentation. Tito composes & produces his music from his home studio.

Tito is licensing his music he has already created & produced. Tito can also compose, orchestrate &/or produce new music for clients to bring their creative visions to life. His current orchestral scores have been published on Sheet Music Plus & ScoreExchange & were produced or will soon be released on upcoming albums.

Tito can be an excellent partner with your project. Work together with Tito and bring your creative vision to life today.

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Interview with Tito Abeleda

  1. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  2. A: My versatility in many genres and art forms and adaptability to each creator's unique creative vision.

  3. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  4. A: Always listen carefully to your music, but do walk away and take a break to refresh your ears. Like any of our senses, hearing can wear down. Then the truth of what you are listening to may not be accurate. You'll be surprised at what you hear after a good night's rest.

  5. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  6. A: When I first launched Visionary Quest Record in 2017, my music was more dance oriented. Late 2018 and all of 2019 have been modern classical music. My training since kindergarten all the way through college was in classical piano. I also played the oboe and saxophone for man years. This is my new happy place composing modern classical music. My Tears from My Eyes: Songs from Soul has 3 modern classical piece. I have an upcoming album Mourning in the Rain that will be released on 9/11/2019 where 7 out of the 8 tracks are modern classical pieces. This past week I wrote two more modern classical pieces.

  7. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  8. A: I am a very emotional, sensitive, and passionate person. Whether it is sheer joy, excitement or deep sorrow and grief, I let it all out when creating a song.

  9. Q: What's your typical work process?

  10. A: I first create a melodic motif that establishes theme through which to tell a story musically. For modern classical compositions, I usually begin by writing it out as a piano piece. Sometimes the melodic motif asks a question or introduces an action, which leads to second melodic motif that answers the first motif. From I begin playing with these motifs by adding and interweaving either supporting harmonies or counterpoint. In hindsight, I find that I also like to layer music so that the listener can get taste and enjoy each line of music or instrumentation, then to experience it as a collective whole. As for my work hours, I tend to be a real late night owl.

  11. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  12. A: I live in a two bedroom condo. My second bedroom is my home studio.

  13. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  14. A: Yo-Yo Ma inspires me tremendously. I have composed many pieces with cello solos. I dream and hope one day that he would play one of songs. Hanz Zimmer and Alan Silvestri also inspire me. The breadth and depth of human emotion that they capture in their music is astounding. They truly bring the creative visions of film directors to life.

Gear Highlights
  • M-Audio Hammer 88
  • Sibelius Ultimate
  • Ableton Live
  • Melodyne
  • Kontact
  • EastWest Sounds
  • Sonivox
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  • Mourning in the Rain Released 9/11/2019Sep 12, 2019

    There are those times when we just need a moment to cry, grieve, & reflect on those we have lost too soon. Music helps in finding hope & strength to move onward & upward. Mourning in the Rain is dedicated to all those who have experienced the loss of a loved one, to those who have lost someone so special & dear, to those who have been taken away from us too soon. We will never forget you - never.

  • Procession in D Minor Music Collection Inspired by Recent EventsSep 01, 2019

    Inspiration can come from any aspect of life from within and from what surrounds us. Moved by the heavy emotions of recent events, I composed the pieces Procession in D Minor (for Full Orchestra and SATBB Choir, for Wind Ensemble and SATBB Choir, and for Four Pianos with Eight Hands) now published on Sheet Music Plus and Score Exchange in tribute to those victims of gun violence.