Jonathan Fitoussi (b. 1978) is a French composer residing in Paris.
He works on minimalist and contemporary musical forms. His solo works in recent years have explored a fusion of electronic and acoustic sounds with melodic textures, colors and emotions in a cinematographic aesthetic style.
As a composer of electronic music, Jonathan Fitoussi (Pan European Records, Versatile , Cezame Music) is engaged in practices of analog and modular synthesis.
His work has been marked by the encounter with Daniel Caux (Shandar Records, France Culture) or Bernard Baschet sound sculptor and inventor. He has developed an intense passion for recording and analog studio technology, and each composition is the result of his painstaking craftsmanship.
He has composed many original TV and Radio idents and themes for Canal+, France 5, Radio France. More recently Jonathan signed his first cinematic score with Marie-Castille Mention Schaar ‘s film Le Ciel Attendra, and collaborated with Ill Studio for the Opéra de Paris.
He is audio restoration engineer at Institut National de l’Audiovisuel – INA and transfer the original analogue source (reel to reel, 78T) to a digital workstation, with the objective to release records, share archives, and reissue long lost tapes (INA GRM, Miles Davis, Terry Riley).
Jonathan continues to evolve his sound and approaches each project with a new direction and different process.
Jonathan is co-author for Transversales music blog.