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Published: 2007-12-28

Nobuo Uematsu

He travelled to Sweden to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Final Fantasy series by attending the world premiere of the Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy tour. On December 4, 2007 we got the chance to talk to Nobuo Uematsu some hours before the concert in Stockholm was about to begin.

Published: 2007-12-03

Arnie Roth

We met Arnie Roth in Lilleström, Norway in conjunction with the Play! A Video Game Symphony concert there October 26, 2007.

Published: 2007-06-20

Akira Yamaoka

We met Akira Yamaoka some hours before he performed live on guitar with the orchestra on the Play! A Video Game Symphony concert in Stockholm June 2, 2007.

Published: 2006-10-02

Stephen Coleman

Stephen Coleman conducted the Joystick concert in Malmö August 20, 2006. We talked to him before the concert was about to start.

Published: 2006-08-29

Nobuo Uematsu

Nobuo Uematsu attended the European premiere of the Play! A Video Game Symphony concert tour, in Stockholm June 14, 2006.

Published: 2006-08-02

Arnie Roth

David Saulesco got a short interview with Arnie Roth after the final rehearsal for the Play concert in Stockholm, June 14.

Published: 2004-12-08

Jesper Kyd

He is a Danish guy who moved to USA to pursue a carrier as a game music composer. In our interview, Jesper Kyd tells us how it was back in the Commodore 64 days. He also gives a greeting in Danish.

Published: 2003-03-26

Instant Remedy

Instant Remedy (Martin Andersson) is responsible for one of the later year's best albums with remixed video game music. In our interview, Martin tells us about the production and reveals some of his favorite records.

Published: 2003-01-06

Hiroki Kikuta

Hiroki Kikuta is most famous for his music to Secret of Mana, but he is also the composer of the music to Seiken Densetsu 3, Soukaigi and Koudelka.

Published: 2002-08-24

The Minibosses

They are making covers of game music from the NES era and have recorded tunes from Castlevania, Metroid and Contra. We talked to Aaron Burke, one of the members of the band.

Published: 2002-07-16

Akira Yamaoka

He is the man behind the music and sound for the Silent Hill games. Find out about what type of music he likes, and his opinions on game music.

Published: 2002-06-15

Yasunori Mitsuda

In our interview with Yasunori Mitsuda he tells us about which of his soundtracks have sold the most, his future plans, what he knows about Swedish music and much more. Mitsuda has composed the music to Chrono Trigger, Xenogears, Chrono Cross, Xenosaga Episode I and many more.

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