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Michael Corn is a NY based composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and voice over artist. Michael has over 25 years experience as a music industry professional to date. He has composed music for the Emmy award winning show "Leah Remini:  Scientology & the Aftermath" on A&E, as well as the Emmy nominated "Intervention" & "Wahlburgers," also on A&E. To date, Michael has music placements in over 250 current shows, including multiple score contributions to CBS Sports, "Love and Hip Hop"​ [VH1], "Catfish" [MTV], and History Channel's "Pawn Stars." Other notable past placements include the NBC 2016 Summer Olympics from Rio de Janeiro, The Tonight Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and ads for Wendy's, Applebee's and Logitech.

In April of 2021, Michael created and released the debut EP by Autorub titled "America the Sick." The project was created during the height of Covid.  The material was mostly political satire, poking fun at the various political figures that still dominate current politics. Michael used a vocoder on the vocal parts, and composed in various genres ranging from indie rock to hip-hop to electronica. 

In July of 2022, Michael released the latest single by Autorub titled "Oh Marjorie."  Abandoning the vocoder, the new single is an extremely catchy and melodic Pop Punk/ALT Rocker, and is also less political in nature despite the title and cover art.  "Oh Marjorie" is charting extremely well on Spotify, and is gaining much praise from music critics across the globe.

As a performer, Michael enjoys playing live music with various groups, in genres ranging from indie rock to jazz, and many in between. Michael currently plays keyboards with Blue Roadhouse Orchestra [aka Grateful BRO], a popular NY based jam band. For over 13 years, Michael was the drummer for the Paul Joseph Quartet, an innovative group who combined jazz and classical elements with unique interpretations of standards in both genres.


Michael has performed and composed for the critically acclaimed bands "Selector,"​ who landed the opening and closing themes to the feature film "Hard Breakers"​ in 2011, and "Heydevils,"​ who had several placements in ABC's "All My Children"​ in the mid 2000's, stemming from the band's three studio albums. Michael continues to compose with co-writer Cliff Mays of Heydevils, who also performs in Blue Roadhouse Orchestra. In 2017, the duo released an album titled "Cardinal," a collection of more acoustic based material by the duo.

As a voice over artist, Michael recently worked with the American Thoracic Society by contributing all the voice-overs and background music for their online patient education series on various lung diseases and the ICU.  Michael also contributed to the copy creation and editing. Currently, Michael is working with Mechanisms in Medicine, performing the voiceovers for their web animation series on using supplemental oxygen.

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