Murat Selçuk is a composer, music producer, and classical clarinetist originally from Turkey and currently based in Los Angeles.
Murat's most recent project is the highly anticipated upcoming Netflix series 'Dead Boy Detectives’ co-composed with Blake Neely.
In his music, he experiments with orchestral and electronic instruments to create unique textures and compelling sonic worlds.
Growing up in Istanbul, Turkey, Murat developed a very eclectic taste and sensibility towards music and film. Influenced by the electronic music scene of the 80’s and 90’s, he started producing music on his first synthesizer as a teenager. During the same time, his love for classical music led him to study classical clarinet at Istanbul University State Conservatory. As a clarinetist, he performed with Istanbul’s leading orchestras both nationally and internationally.
After graduation, he moved to France to study composition at Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régionale d’Annecy, where he collaborated with directors from Cinédoc Paris Films, and wrote music for animation projects from ArtFx Studios, École Pivaut and Gobelins.
Murat obtained his Master’s degree in film scoring from the University of Southern California in 2014, where he was mentored by James Newton Howard.
His additional writing credits include the football drama series 'All American' and 'All American: Homecoming’, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Batwoman.