Martin Trum has been making noise since the early 1990s, and he rather enjoys it. The noise he makes includes music, sound design, recording, mixing, restoration, forensic audio, and foley.
He has composed music and designed audio for several Discovery Channel series, NatGeo, MTV, Science Channel, PBS, and numerous independent films.
In addition, Trum has recorded, mixed, sang, played guitar, keyboards, drums, and other noise making devices for musical artists, bands and projects - including Ani Difranco, Saving Abel, Don Ho, Jackie Chan (yes, that Jackie Chan), Herman's Hermits, and many other independent artists.
He has lived and worked in a number of places including New York City, Philadelphia, Chicago, and various parts of Northern and Southern New Jersey. He is currently off-leash, working mostly unsupervised from his home studio in New Jersey, just outside of Philadelphia.