Danilo Aguiar has Master's Degree in Music Composition from the Federal University of Uberlândia (Brazil, 2014-2016, with FAPEMIG scholarship). Bachelor of Music at the same institution (2008-2012). Specialist in music for games by Game Audio Academy (2016). It was a fellow undergraduate programs by PIBIC/CNPq/UFU for two consecutive years, 2010 and 2011. In 2011 he won the best project award in the "Prêmio Destaque UFU em Iniciação Científica e Tecnológica 2011". He was teacher music composition classes at the "Conservatório Estadual de Música Cora Pavan Capparelli" in the years 2013, 2014 and 2017. Together with the musician Cassio Ribeiro, he produced the percussionist's CD "Névoas & Cristais: Brazilian Music for Percussion and Electronics in Real Time" (2014) - professor of music at the Federal University of Uberlândia, Cesar Traldi. Your work is focused on compositions for eletroacoustic music, movies, trailers, games and Tv. He composed the music for the documentary "Tecendo Memórias" (2015), directed by Iara Helena Magalhães and exhibited at the 6th International Film and Food Festival SLOW in 2015. Created the music for the game HORTALÂNDIA (2012), developed by the courses of computer science, design and nutrition of the Federal University of Uberlândia and premiered at SBGAMES 2012. In 2016 he joined Venom Game Studio as an official composer. In the same year, he composed the theme for the "Rock in Sacra" Rock Festival, which has countless artists and nationally recognized bands. He composed the soundtrack for the documentary "Sobradinhos - Por onde passou o progresso" (2016), directed by Joabe Romed and "Vivências Poéticas" (2017), directed by Sílvia Martins.