Andy Armer

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Andy Armer
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Born
Birth Place Los Angeles, California
Nationality American   USA.svg
Aliases DMP
Website www.rotation.com

Andy Armer is an American musician. At the age of 6, he started playing the piano. While attending Venice High School, he became interested with jazz music. After graduating high school, he wrote the song Rise which got extremely popular. During the 70's, Andy was playing with many different bands who played different genres of music. During the 80's, he was working with big name musicians such as Roberta Flack, Lenny Kravitz, and Carl Wilson of The Beach Boys. During the 90's, he decided to start working on video game music. For some reason, he used the alias "DMP" in some of his games, possibly short for Digital Music Productions. In 2002, Andy decided to quit composing video game music to go back to composing real music and started a band. He currently lives in Bend, Organ and has also been playing the piano again.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1991-02-?? Conan (NES) Composer?
1994-??-?? Ecco: The Tides of Time (GEN) (エコー・ザ・ドルフィン2)
1994-??-?? NFL '95 (GEN)
1994-10-?? NCAA Football (SNES)
1995-??-?? Ecco Jr. (GEN)
1995-??-?? NBA Action '95 starring David Robinson (GEN)
1995-??-?? Nightmare Circus (SMD)
1995-??-?? Prime Time NFL Football starring Deion Sanders (GEN)
1995-??-?? Wayne Gretzky and the NHLPA All-Stars (GEN)
1995-06-?? Super R.B.I. Baseball (SNES)
1997-??-?? Three Dirty Dwarves (SAT) (スリー・ダーティ・ドワーブズ)
2001-??-?? Backyard Football (W32) Kid Themes Re-Recording
2001-??-?? Backyard NBA Basketball (MAC) Kid Themes Re-Recording
2001-??-?? Backyard NBA Basketball (W32) Kid Themes Re-Recording
2001-09-01 Dark Age of Camelot (W32)
2002-12-02 Dark Age of Camelot: Shrouded Isles (W32)

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