Cody Carpenter
Cody Carpenter

Cody Carpenter

About Cody Carpenter

Multi-instrumentalist Cody Carpenter is the son of filmmaker and composer John Carpenter. Cody started playing the piano at an early age and began composing in his teens. He played keyboards on the scores for his father's Vampires and Ghosts of Mars, and composed the music for his two episodes of the anthology series Masters of Horror. Carpenter first came to prominence on the Lost Themes and Anthology albums, on which he and Daniel Davies helped his father re-record his classic themes and unused musical ideas. Later, the trio composed and performed the music for the 21st century remakes of Halloween and Firestarter. Cody was also a composer and recording artist in his own right, self-releasing a series of instrumental prog rock- and jazz fusion-influenced albums, several records of vocal synthwave/synth pop under the name Ludrium, and an album of solo piano improvisations. ~ John D. Buchanan

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