Among Canada’s most imaginative composers/electronic keyboardist, Amin Bhatia offers written and performed the ratings for movies including Iron Eagle II, Café Romeo, as well as the IMAX-film Yellow metal Fever; and tv shows, including Kung Fu: The Tale Continues, Tales Through the Crypt, and John Woo’s Once a Thief. His compositions had been presented during 20th wedding anniversary celebrations in the Vancouver Planetarium in 1993. Qualified at the same time when synthesizers needed to be performed one note at the same time, Bhatia offers remained focused on analog tools. Known for painstakingly layering a large number of digital noises to recreate the audio of the orchestra, Bhatia documented the soundtrack for Yellow metal Fever with banjo and guitarist Wayne Tait, guitarist Mike Francis, percussionist Rick Lazar, along with a 65-piece orchestra. Bhatia positioned first (from 500 entries) within an worldwide synthesizer competition sponsored by Roland in 1981. This resulted in use David Foster and Steve Porcaro, who recommended that he consider film soundtracks. Although Bhatia documented a solo recording, Interstellar Collection, for the Capitol-distributed Movie theater label in 1977, the recording was only designed for a short while prior to the label folded.