Ron GeesinCompositions & Recordings

Real Name:
Ron Geesin
Ron Geesin is a self-taught composer, performer, sound architect, writer, lecturer and designer, born December 17, 1943 in Stevenson, Ayrshire, Scotland. He has lived in the south of England since joining a jazz band at 17. He was co-writer of Pink Floyd's "Atom Heart Mother".
In 1990, Ron Geesin created his Tune Tube, a giant interactive tube in sound and light 'played' from the inside by individual's body-movements, which was a huge success at the Art Machine exhibition for "Glasgow 1990".
He has composed music for innumerable films and TV programs.

Father of The Geesin Brothers , Dan Geesin, Fraser Geesin and Joe Geesin.