Aaron Paul Low began his music career as a student of music composition at the New School for Arts where he wrote for and conducted the school's chamber ensemble beginning at age fourteen. After graduating valedictorian, an Arizona State University recruiter recognized his talent and he was subsequently awarded a full scholarship to attend the university’s school of music. Working beyond the collegiate curriculum, Aaron collaborated with the ASU dance company where several of his works premiered at their dance concerts. Continuing his studies, Aaron attended the prestigious Juilliard School and Manhattan School of Music, where he received his Master of Music. His programs included private studies with Julia Wolfe and Richard Danielpour and workshops with Gunther Schuller, Pierre Boulez, Joan Tower, and George Crumb.

Through his years at Sacred Noise and later as a highly sought-after freelancer, Aaron achieved prominence as a composer for televised advertisements and underscores. Aaron's music has spanned television theme songs and underscores, arrangements and compositions for major pop artists, and branding for such properties as Nickelodeon, The NBA Finals, Olympics, and the FIFA World Cup. His music reached its widest-ranging audience with the Super Bowl commercial "Everyone" by Met Life. Aaron’s ability to compose, conduct, perform, and produce original and innovative orchestral music has secured his reputation as a top musician in the field.