Producer/engineer Tat Tong is responsible for over 120 music productions, over 100 original music placements, two platinum records, and 30 Top 10 hits, including 11 Number 1 hits. His portfolio spans the United States, Korea, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore. He has produced, written, and arranged music for superstars Show Luo [Gold Typhoon], Karen Mok [Universal Music], Vanness Wu [Universal Music], Junho of 2PM [JYP Entertainment], Christian Bautista [Universal Records], Sally Yeh, and Kit Chan. His songwriting, arranging and mixing work has won accolades from artists and critics throughout Asia, including the Top 20 Songs of 2011 (Global Chinese Music Awards, China), Top 10 Albums of April 2011 (Global Chinese Music Awards, China), the Pop Album of the Year (PMPC Star Awards for Music 2012, Philippines), and the Most Popular Mandarin Song (TVB JSG Awards 2012, Hong Kong).
A signed songwriter with Universal Music Publishing, Tat has also written and produced music for ad campaigns by PepsiCo Foods China, Coca-Cola Singapore, 7-Eleven Taiwan, Panasonic Hong Kong, as well as Asian high-street fashion giant Giordano. Separately, as one of the foremost production gurus in American a cappella, Tat’s production and arranging work has consistently received critical acclaim, including dozens of CARA (Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards) nominations and awards.
As the producer of Australian metal band Make Them Suffer’s #1-charting (iTunes) debut album, which also peaked at #74 in the Billboard 200, producer/engineer Roland Lim bears the distinction of being the only Singaporean producer to have worked for international rock label Roadrunner Records. Roland has also engineered and mixed for artists as diverse as platinum-selling Australian rock band Birds of Tokyo, LA-based rock band XY Unlimited, and Singapore reality show champions Mi Lu Bing [SuperBand] and Shawn Tok [Campus Superstar]. In addition, his first foray into the Malay language market with Singaporean band Tujuh resulted in a #2 chart placing, as well a nomination for Most Popular Local Song at the Anugerah Muzik Awards. Apart from his chart-topping pop collaborations with Tat, Roland has composed TV spots for Clear, Unilever, and Minute Maid, and has scored DVD music for card flourish group The Virts. His production work has won numerous awards, including the Best Instrumental/World Music Award [In Each Hand A Cutlass] at the VIMA Awards 2011, as well as Noise Singapore Song Of The Year Awards in 2009 [For This Cycle] and 2010 [Run Neon Tiger].
Roland brings his world-class acoustic and rock production expertise to T2 Productions, as a perfect complement to Tat’s mainstream pop sensibilities.