Furthermore to issuing many single albums, flutist and composer Ron Korb in addition has lent his skills to film soundtracks and additional artists recordings. Of Japanese and Canadian history, Korb found out his like of wind devices from playing the recorder as a kid as well as the flute in his teenagers, becoming a member of an Irish fife and drum music group while still in senior high school and creating a deep admiration for jazz music. After graduating with honors in the School of Toronto, Korb uncovered a Chinese language bamboo flute, which eventually became his principal instrument of preference. Immediately after, Korb documented his debut record, 1990’s Rip of sunlight, with tabla participant Donald Quan, which resulted in Korb shifting to Japan in the first ’90s to review traditional flutes, where he also documented his sophomore work, 1993’s Japanese Mysteries. Korb was after that hired being a songwriter for the JCM posting firm in Tokyo, in which a tune he penned for vocalist Alan Tam became a big success and was chosen as Best Primary Structure by Radio and Tv Hong Kong. Korb’s curiosity with different varieties of flutes continuing to develop, as his third record, 1994’s Flute Traveller, included 15 different flutes from all over the world. For his following discharge, 1995’s Behind the Cover up, Korb penned a brief tale about Indonesian darkness puppet has, which contained a multitude of musical designs, including Spanish, Indonesian, Chinese language, calypso, and Celtic. Subsequently, Korb penned the music for the Mitra Sen film Slightly Crimson Dot and it displays Legacy and Emily of New Moon, plus issuing additional albums — Taming the Dragon, Titanic: Odyssey, and Persian Arabesque, the last mentioned acknowledged to a music group Korb produced with bassist Donald Quan and pianist Stephen Bacchus. Over time, Korb provides guested on recordings by such performers as Pat Clemence, Mychael Danna, Bruce Mitchell, and Bacchus, amongst others.