|Christopher P. Granner|
Chris Granner is an American video game musician and has been composing music for video games (mostly pinball machines) since the 80's. He started his video game music career in 1986 where he worked for Williams/Bally/Midway Games, composing the music and sound for a large amount of their arcade games. Nine years later, Chris left Williams/Bally/Midway and started working for Capcom's North American division in May of 1995, also composing audio for their pinball machines. He left Capcom in March 1997 to work for Incredible Technologies where he stayed until 2001. He then worked for Leading Edge Design and scored the music to a couple of their games. He also worked for Play Mechanix and wrote the audio to six of their slot machines. In 2004, he composed the music for IGT's "The Mummy" slot machine. Later, he worked for Studio Gigante and wrote the music for some of their games. In 2002, he worked for Stern and created the audio for some of their pinball games until 2005. Since February 2011, Granner has been working at Jersey Jack Pinball in Evanston, Illinois.
Chris said this about his arcade music, specifically for Terminator 2 and Trog!: