Although Gabriel Moffat was raised by thespians, he has embraced the language of music over the spoken word. On Cape Breton Island at the age of fifteen, he discovered his love for the guitar. From that moment on, he set out to master it, both by learning to play, and by crafting his own in an apprenticeship with Rex Bogue (luthier for the likes of John McLaughlin and Frank Zappa).
Studying at the Berklee College of Music and the Musicians Institute in Los Angeles had little ill effect on his development as a player, and his experience in the studio led to a career on both sides of the glass. Working as a recording engineer, mixer and producer, his intuitive musicality has made him a favorite creative collaborator amongst the top musicians and composers in Los Angeles. Credits span from Loreena McKennitt to the scores of the two latest Ridley Scott films.
When he is not in the studio, Gabe enjoys cooking and the outdoors. He has a particular fondness for tennis, motorsports, children and dogs.