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Born: April 15, 1975, Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian musician, composer, mixer and recording producer, living in Los Angeles. In the early 2000s, he moved to New York where he was signed as a songwriter to Notation Music Publishing which led to his breakthrough as a co-writer and arranger of [Anastacia’s] “I Thought I Told You That” (featuring Faith Evans) and the opportunity to work on Jennifer Lopez' hit song Love Don't Cost a Thing (song). During the following years he also established himself as a music producer and mixing engineer working on projects such as [Jessica Andrews], M2M, Dream (American group), Sylvia Tosun, David Phelps,, Marion Raven, Hiromi Go (Japan), Coco Lee, Plus One. In 2006, Miklos moved to Los Angeles and launched his first studio in Hollywood called "Orange Room". Since then he has been working with a wide variety of US and international artists, including Pixie Lott (UK), Ayaka Hirahara (Japan), Sylwia Grzeszczak (Poland), Kat Graham, Justyna Steczkowska (Poland), Janice Dickinson, Tata Vega and Yanni, with whom Miklos has collaborated on 3 albums: Voices, Truth of Touch, and Yanni: Live at El Morro, Puerto Rico.
In 2010, he became a judge in the Hungarian X-Faktor talent show and a mentor for the groups. In 2011, he returned to the show mentoring the "Over 25s" and Tibor Kocsis of his team won the second series. In 2012, his contestants took the 2nd (Tímea Antal) and 3rd (Adél Csobot) place. After, the third season of X-Factor, Miklos decided to end his journey with the show and return to his studio in Los Angles.
Currently he is developing new artists in the U.S. and internationally. Miklos' work has been featured on over 15 million records.