Daniel Indart music credits run the gamut—from high-profile film and television series to advertising campaigns for major international clients. In addition, he has worked on a variety of projects with some of the biggest names in the music industry. The list includes Ricky Martin, Quincy Jones, Plácido Domingo, Ana Gabriel, Gloria Trevi, Pimpinela, Yuri, Lupita D’Alessio, Xuxa, Humberto Gatica, as well as Grammy-winning producers K.C. Porter, Antonio “Moogie” Canazio, and Kenny O’Brien, among many others.
Indart’s Los Angeles-based companies, Latin Music Specialists (LMS) and LMS Records, are among the premier sources for independent, recorded Latin Music in the world today. With more than 250 of his own songs and original music licensed to major TV Series and Films, he leads all other Latin music songwriters of his generation in this category.
As a music producer, Daniel has produced over 60 albums. Hundreds of his song productions have not only been featured in hit TV Series and major film blockbusters, but are currently distributed, streamed, and sold via iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and 300+ digital distributors worldwide.
As a performer, his voice has been featured on more than 50 commercial albums and his lead voice in musical spots for numerous advertising campaigns.
Daniel was born in Argentina but raised throughout South America due to the travels of his mother, a world-renowned dance instructor, choreographer, and Prima Ballerina and choreographer at the prestigious Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires. Through her, Daniel was introduced to the music of classical composers and the vast musical folklore of Latin America, as well as to musicians and dance professionals from all over the world.
Daniel’s academic excellence and musical talent led him to the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in film scoring. Before attending Berklee, RCA International had signed Daniel to its stable of performers. Two songs from his very first album became number one hits on the Latin American charts.
In 1986, Indart founded Indart Music & Sound (IMS), creating and producing music and sound design for more than one hundred advertising campaigns. IMS has also won a host of industry awards including Clios, Beldings, and Se Habla Espanol awards.
In 1998, Indart also founded Latin Music Specialists (LMS), the licensing arm of LMS Records specializing in providing Latin music for film, television, multimedia, e-commerce, gaming, B2B, and traditional record company licensing applications. As a result of creating LMS, Indart has earned the reputation as the entertainment industry’s foremost expert in all genres of Latin Music.
In 2001, he launched LMS Records, an independently owned Los Angeles-based record company specializing in the best in multi-genre, traditional, and contemporary Latin Music.
American Song Festival USA, JPF Music Awards, Festival Internacional Spain, Belding Awards for Creative Achievement, Sunny Achievement, Se Habla Español Communications Awards, and Telly Awards.
Best Composition for Tropico The Music (Gamespots) , Best Music for Video Game Tropico The Music (Computer Gaming World), Best Music for Video Game Tropico The Music (Computer Games Magazine), “Outstanding Achievement in Original Musical Composition” for the game Tropico (The Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences)
Daniel is an active member of the following professional associations: ASCAP, BMI, NARAS & LARAS, voting member of the Grammy Awards, AFTRA, SAG, AFM, AIMP, The California Copyright Conference (CCC) and (NARIP) National Association of Recording Industry Professionals.
Speaker and Resource
Throughout his career, Daniel has been invited by numerous industry forums and conventions to serve as a speaker, panelist, and moderator. Most recently, he participated in the 2010 Hollywood Reporter / Billboard Film and TV Music Conference.
Daniel holds an honorary doctorate from Shepherd University’s School of Music and he is a professor of Music Entrepreneurship, Music business, Music licensing, Songwriting and Music Production at UNPHU Virtual - Universidad Nacional Pedro Henriquez Ureña.