Veduta was a musical project created by E.K. Wimmer in 1999. The music was created for record release, live performances, film scores, and the remixing of other artists. In 1999 Veduta scored the short film "A Tendentious Man Discovers Theology". In 2001 Veduta released the first full length album entitled "Audio Perception" which contained some formal band elements as well as soundtrack compositions. After some solo live performances E.K.
Wimmer put together a four piece band to perform material for the next record. In 2002 Veduta released a limited edition of a second full length album called "Do You Remember (What I Forgot To Tell You)". In that same year Veduta scored the short film "Neighborhood Samuri" by Jarrod Burt. In 2003 Veduta began work on a third album as well as scoring another short film. Veduta recently moved to Denver and have released two E.P.s with Flexible Records , "Sad Music For Happy People" and "The Elevator". In 2007 Wimmer announced that a new album "In Case You Haven't Heard: B-Sides and Remixes (2001-2006)" was the final release under the name Veduta. E.K. Wimmer is now working on a solo album under the name E.K. Wimmer and scoring films.