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Bring It On / CMS / Mark Bryan

Mark Bryan began making cheer mixes in 1991 under the tutelage of Tiy Fountain. As Tiy traveled, so did Mark's mixes. They got into the hands of Ray Jasper who used them to choreograph for the film Bring It On. Mark ended up mixing the music for the Clovers and Toros routines in the film which became his calling card for years to come. Mark decidedly phased out of the custom cheer mix world in order to concentrate on premade cheer mixes, specifically Cheer Remixes, a term which he coined. Although Mark gives credit for the original Cheer Remix idea to Jody Den Broeder of CheerMix, Mark took the Cheer Remix to new heights all over the world. Mark launched Cheer Music Store or CMS in 2005 which became synonymous for the best premade cheer music mixes available. Mark also catered to other cheer mixers by supplying them with DIY TOOLZ so they could have the Beats, Builds & SFX to spice up their own mixes. In 2006, Mark teamed up with Randy Dickey to start Cheer Music School which taught other mixers how to take their mixes to the next level. In 2009 Lark Wood came on board to run the Cheer Music Machine, which was answer for high quality mixes at low level prices. Today, Mark is making USA Cheer compliant mixes via the Cheer Music Club. He currently makes custom mixes, premade mixes and original songs.