|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Lost (Disc One)||2||Audio||2004-03-01||Lost Language|
|4||Lost (Disc One)||2||Audio||2004-03-01||Lost Language|
Ryan Miglierina aka Critical7, one of the best Canadian producers and best known for 'Lost' on the Lost Language label, was killed in a tragic car accident on July 14 2004 at the age of 24 years. He was an accomplished musician and a creative and energetic composer whose abilities and experience included working as a producer, arranger, and orchestrator. He studied music composition under the direction of John Abram and was awarded a scholarship to study piano performance at the Mount Royal Conservatory of Music under the direction of Marcel Bergman. At the time of his death, Ryan was anticipating acceptance into the University of Calgary. Ryan was the founder of music and multimedia production label Port One Studios.
Ryan experienced success internationally with releases through Sony Music, Lost Language/Hooj Choons as well support from internationally renowned composers, producers and DJ’s such as Paul Oakenfold, John Askew and Armin van Buuren to name a few.
The music that he produced through electronic group Critical7 (with acclaimed vocalist Patricia Belmonte) also featured on several new major compilations including the top-selling Gatecrasher Live compilation (mixed live in Kuala Lumpur by renowned DJ/producer Scott Bond).