Andrew Pask, originally from New Zealand, plays clarinets and saxophones. He studied and played in his hometown of Wellington before heading to Hong Kong where he worked as a studio musician, performed on albums for Cantopop stars, and played jazz all over Asia. Since arriving in Los Angeles in 1999 he has become an integral part of its creative music scene.
He has recorded several albums of his own music, and performs regularly in Los Angeles and around the U.S. Andrew's other interest is computers. He works for Cycling 74, a new media music software company based in San Francisco, where he designs custom software for artists and touring shows and develops components for modular synthesizer systems. Andrew has been a freelance technical consultant for numerous projects from Asia to America, working, among others, for Michael Jackson, JayZ, MIA, Trey Songs, and Drake, and has built virtual instruments for Hollywood film composers Hans Zimmer and Cliff Martinez.