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Ran Pink

Ran Pink is a music producer, multi-instrumentalist, and composer based in Los Angeles, California. He is the owner of Fonogenic Studios, where he has collaborated, recorded, engineered, and produced various artists from The Wallflowers, David Grohl, Band of Horses, Pete Yorn, Taylor Hawkins, to Don Was, Alan Parsons, Kris Kristofferson and Priscilla Presley for the BBC. The studio has also been a host for Jill Scott, Minnie Driver, MC Lite, John 5, Fender, 3T, Juliette Lewis, and Prince’s prodigy Andy Allo.


Fonogenic is where Ran joined forces with Rami Jaffee (Foo Fighters, The Wallflowers) to create Pink Jaffee. Their collection of eclectic instruments and magical vibes inspired a wide range of musicians to collaborate on their songs including Jakob Dylan and Daryl Hannah for the David Lynch Music Foundation (now TMusic).


Shortly after leaving Berklee School of Music, Ran Pink’s career in music took a leap forward when his band Mankind Liberation Front was signed to RCA in 1998. Since then, he has formed several music projects such as Remote, with his brother Tal Pink, and Pink & Noseworthy, a trio consisting of his sister Shanee Pink and guitarist Mark Noseworthy (Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros).

In his diverse writing career, Ran has collaborated with new talent such as as Stacy Barthe, a grammy nominated songwriter, for her new album BEcoming as well as Strangeheart, a group that has generated an online buzz after just one independent release. Ran Pink also was the singer/songwriter of the theme song for Fran Drescher’s show, Happily Divorced, on the TV Land network. As of late Ran has produced and

co-written a 10-song album with Italian singer/songwriter Jack Jaselli and acted as the mixing engineer and co-producer on the new album for grammy nominated modern jazz big band Monk’estra’s new album.

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