Andy Rehfeldt is a composer/musician in Los Angeles.

A multi-­instrumentalist, his main instruments are guitar, bass, keyboards and drums. He is best known for his video dubs on YouTube, where he composes new arrangements, in different musical genres, of popular hits. Andy received his Bachelor’s Degree in Music Composition from the University of Redlands, where he studied with Barney ChiIds and Wayne Bohrnstedt.

He is the main composer at Endless Noise Music & Sound Design. At Endless Noise, he has co­-written songs for the Grammy Award-winning children’s film, Elmo In Grouchland, and has written music for countless TV and radio commercials, including Nike, Snapple, and Honey Nut Cheerios.

Recently, he composed the soundtrack for the award-winning documentary, It Happened Here, and the TV pilot, Lily the Unicorn.

A lover of all musical genres, Andy can write in any style. In his spare time, he focuses on jazz, funk, classical, rock, and metal. He is available for composing, arranging, live playing, and private lessons.