In 1965 Christopher Stone was the youngest member of ASCAP, having written the score for three motion pictures by the age of 12. He then studied with Nadia Boulanger in Paris and completed his education in Vienna, Austria. Having written more than 2000 scores, for seven consecutive years Chris was the winner of the ASCAP award for “Most Performed Television Background Score”. He is also the composer of more than twenty feature films, and his music has been performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. He was the creator of the world's first orchestral score for a video game, “Dragon's Lair,” which is preserved in the Smithsonian Institute.

In addition to his live orchestral scores, Chris has become a prominent figure in electronic orchestral score realization. He designed the original Emulator library, and in his state-of-the-art studio, Chris has done the sound design for “Battlestar Galactica,” “Big Wednesday,” “Logan's Run,” “Pete's Dragon,” “An American Tail” and “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”.