Doug Beck started his professional music career in Cleveland Ohio in the mid 80's where he quickly became the city's first call keyboardist for the region's most popular live acts and commercial studio sessions. A classically trained pianist, Doug became intrigued by the music technology breakthroughs of that period and developed an interest in composition and sound design. In the late 80's Doug moved to NYC hoping to expand his horizons in those areas.
Shortly after arriving in NYC Doug was invited by super star remixers Bobby Guy and Ernie Lake (Soul Solution) to move his studio into the legendary 9th Avenue Film Center facility. It wasn't long before Doug along with partner DJ Boris (Boris & Beck) were cranking out #1 chart topping remixes for the likes of Pink, Jewel, Depeche Mode, New Order, The Rolling Stones, Shania Twain, Salt n Pepa, + literally dozens more, plus billboard #1 club classics singles Fabulous (Guide Your Rocket), WONDERBOX's Turn Me Over and RENEE STAKEY'S Rainy Day. Doug was also honored with a nomination for a Billboard Music Award for his remix of Thalia's "Baby, I'm in Love." In 2002 Doug was called upon by music legends Daryl Hall and John Oates to lend his programming and sound design chops to their 2003 release Do It For Love.
After 12 years in New York City, Doug moved to sunny Los Angeles looking to expand into TV and film work. Since moving to LA Doug has amassed an impressive list of credits as a television music composer. His vast musical range has made him the perfect fit for many different types of television projects from drama to reality. Doug's compositions have been heard on Cold Case, Close To Home, Studio 60 On the Sunset Strip, Gay Straight or Taken, Access Hollywood, Show Me The Money, Celebrity Paranormal Project, E! True Hollywood Story, and dozens more.