ZeniF (Byron J. Wu) is an electronic/pop music producer, multi-instrumentalist (piano/guitar/keytar), sound engineer, DJ and a modern composer for film and multimedia. He received the award as the “Best Song” at the Grammy Career Day for his original music before graduating high school and has composed music for more than 50 short films, trailers, and commercials.
As a Taiwanese-American who was born in Manhattan, ZeniF is currently involved in producing, mixing and mastering several EPs, singles and albums with aspiring artists such as Dominique, Chloe Temtchine, Vivian Fang Liu, and Gaby Borromeo. He has co-written, produced, mixed and mastered s Dominique’s debuted single “It’s Only You”, which has been featured on UK online Radio, more than 5 music blogs, and as a trending top 30 on Hype Machine. He also has mixed and mastered Dominique first self-titled EP.
He is also involved in producing and mixing for Chinese Pop music, juxtaposing Asian culture, heritage, and music with those of Western elements. His original Chinese hip-hop song “Sung-bao” won second place in a theme song competition for the Chinese newspaper Sung-bao (爽報).
As a DJ and pianist, he has performed in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Terminal 5, and The Lighthouse in Chelsea Piers. As a mixing and mastering engineer, he has more than 10 years of professional work experiences with Protools, Logic and Ableton for production, recording, mixing and mastering.
Byron has received a bachelor’s degree from New York University for Music Composition and is currently the Music Producer/Mixing Engineer at Playground Session (Co-funded by Quincy Jones), and previously Music Director at OneReason Recordings, and the Production Assistant/Mixing Engineer for Manhattan Camerata (a chamber orchestra funded by Pedro da Silva and Lucía Caruso).