@johnsteed7 - well, you can always search for "sound byte" but right now that's not pulling everything up...
@Sophia - Does Gamespot have a dedicated page for these articles? It would be great if we could see all the Sound Bytes in one spot.
@rachkovsky - we have an interview with Marty as well.http://www.gamespot.com/features/6228675/index.html
@ahpuck - We did the interview at the Lincoln Theatre at Disneyland, where the Epic Mickey event was held. And we did interview Nobuo Uematsu already. http://www.gamespot.com/features/6214478/index.html?tag=result;title;0 It's a bit hard to track down these artists because they don't all live in San Francisco where GameSpot is located.
Sonia Sotomayor's portrait in the background looks so out of place. Not starting a political fight here, I just think it's funny. Would be nice if you guys could interview some of the old timers, like Yuzo Koshiro, Nobuo Uematsu or maybe Rob Hubbard, that would be gold!
I find it interesting how many composers started playing an instrument at such a young age. And how many of them started to meet girls I had no idea the composer of Pushing Daisies did the music for Epic Mickey. I loved the music on that show.
Very nice interview. Personally my favorite video game music composer is Marty O'Donnell who worked on Halo. Never forget his theme music.