T. Nathan Roane is an independent composer, singer, multi-instrumentalist and audio engineer.

While earning a Music Composition BMU degree from Virginia Commonwealth University (USA), T. Nathan Roane received classical and jazz training as well as professional experience in choral composition, choir/band direction and performance with voice, guitar, trumpet, flugelhorn, mandolin, clarinet, djembe, congas, piano, organ, etc. Successful band genres have included ska with The Suitables, gothic darkwave with Vehemence Realized, lush Arabic neo-folk in Tanakh, and now recordings under his own name T. Nathan Roane with evolving arabic-influenced style though mostly now being a dad and running Truck and Man Moving Service: Europe Removals.

STUDIO INSTRUMENTS baritone voice, 1952 Silvertone archtop guitar, full reed pump organ, portable field pump organ, African djembes, acoustic bass, Indian harmonium, Egyptian clay doumbeks, Indian pakhawaj, Stradivarious trumpet, flugelhorn, Spanish classical guitar, half-size classical guitar, soprano flute, classical violin, Indian folk violins, Stroh phonofiddle violin, bongos, clarinet, Indian baby tabla set, various shakers, Memphis Tanglewood electric guitar, etc.

STUDIO EQUIPMENT Studio 17 laptop running Adobe Audition CS6, Audio Ease Altiverb 6 impulse response convolution reverb, Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 portable audio input, Studio Projects C1 large condensor microphone, Rode NT5 matched pair small condenser microphones, Big Muff distortion pedal, huge collection of Electro-Harmonix pedals, etc.