Music recording industry professional Celeste “One Ear” Lear has performed extensive work in music production, scoring and mixing on various independent films, television shows, commercials and pilots for networks, websites and production companies such as Sony, MGM, HBO, Fox, Playboy, Epiphyte Records, Eye Power Films, WRC2 and Revolution Films. She has recently had one of her compositions featured on Fox network’s wildly popular dance competition “So You Think You Can Dance”, on Sony Network’s television show “Unforgettable” as well as many other song placements on networks such as: VH1, The Discovery Channel, MTV, etc.
Lear is also gaining speed as a sought after remix artist and has produced cutting edge, modern professional remixes for artists such as Elan Atias, Rena Jones, Artemis, Natasha Bedingfield, Symbols of the West, Stereocell, Shannon Hurley, etc.
After extensive studies in classical and jazz music theory, sound engineering and music business while attending school at the San Francisco State University, Lear purchased professional quality recording equipment for her personal recording studio and shortly thereafter re-located to Los Angeles to follow her dreams of becoming a professional music producer. She interned at Black Star Records to gain experience in the industry while consistently recording at home and apprenticing with various music industry professionals and sound engineers including Grammy nominated engineer Greg Bartheld (Barry Manilow, Bruce Hornsby, Bette Midler) and David Hauser (Iron Butterfly, Chris Squire, Stereocell).
In 2006, Lear launched her own independent record label “Boutique Electronique Records” to release cutting edge electronic music on and has to date released and marketed 2 music videos and 6 albums, including 4 solo releases and 2 compilation albums titled; “Digital Bliss” Volumes 1 and 2.
Also a savvy music supervisor, with years of experience in music publishing and licensing and mutiple iMDb credits, Lear has performed music clearance work and handled music contracts and negotiations for multiple production companies including Clear Compass Media, Eye Power Films, Castor Creek Productions, etc. She recently performed music supervision work on the highly successful independent film “Thrive, What On Earth Will It Take.”