Miguel Segura-Sogorb is a composer and an audio engineer. His musical education begann with percussion, electrical guitar and flute, and was further enriched with the study of piano and violoncello, as well as a large experience as a choir singer (Cor de Cambra Óscar Esplá, Jugendchor-akademie Wien, Ensemble Focus...).
Most of his current work experience has been focused on the field of moving picture and theater, either as a composer or as an audio postproduction engineer. In this respect, he has worked in several shortfilms, plays, a feature film, a TV series and video art creations.
Furthermore, he has played drums and written songs for seven years in the symphonic metal band Edhellen, with whom he has released two studio albums in 2011 and 2016 (Sombra y anhelo and Aletheia I. Los pasos perdidos) and won First Prize in 2012 in the contest IV Certamen Nacional de Música del Distrito de Barajas in Madrid.
He obtained the Bachelor of Engineering in Sound and Image in Telecommunications in the University of Alicante (2011–2015) and afterwards a Master Degree in Digital Sound Production in CICE, School of New Technologies in Madrid (2016), where he also got the Avid Pro Tools Operator certification both for Music and Audio Postproduction. As a member of the Audio Engineering Society he could also attend to seminars on music production in Berklee Valencia and in the University of York.
On the other hand, after taking the preparatory course for composition with Herbert Lauermann in the University of Music and Performing Arts of Vienna, he is studying Composition with Dietmar Schermann and Judit Varga in this university to take his music studies one step further.