美国著名影视音乐作曲家、影视音乐剪辑师和音乐制作人，1991年毕业于伯克利音乐学院并获杰出成就奖，好莱坞工业级别高品质影视音乐创作、制作经验丰富，作品范围广泛，如《后天》The Day After Tomorrow、《交出桃乐茜》Surrender, Dorothy，《艾伦秀》Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show等。
His body of work ranges from studio features films such as the biggest disaster movie in Hollywood's history The Day After Tomorrow directed by Roland Emmerich, Surrender Dorothy a comedic drama starring Diane Keaton, to licensing music to television shows such as the Warner Brother's "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show", "Extra The Entertainment Magazine".
Arnone's engaging and atmospheric scores have enhanced numerous indie films; recent projects include the thriller Refuge From The Storm starring Michael Madsen (Kill Bill)) and Sweet Talk, a comedy starring Natalie Zea (The Following).
His diverse repertoire ranges from epic symphonic scores featuring 80-piece orchestras to intimate, small ensembles and hybrid electronic scores featuring solo instruments and sound design. His thematic and very melodic approach, command of traditional and new film scoring techniques, produce an original combination of sounds that breathes emotion into all of his work.
One of Arnone’s most unique assignments include composing with long term music partner Dino Herrmann the intensely emotional and lyrical score for the independent feature film Now Chinatown. The score was recorded blending a string ensemble, vocals, and synthesizers with the stunning sounds of traditional Chinese instruments. Such a unique sound caught the attention of the Foreign Press that honored him with making it an official selection for the Golden Globe Award for best music score.
Arnone is also a very accomplished music producer and songwriter with songs licensed in TV and commercials. His song Let Love Go on the Buddha Bar X album reached the top of international and iTunes electronic album charts and he has written music for several high profile commercials including a series of spots that won him four Telly Awards for best music.