||Lombard, Illinois, USA
||Byte Size Sound
Matt Scott is an American composer. He attended Millikin University for music and graduated in 1989. He then worked as a phone operator. Later, he started to work on music and sound for video games. While he worked on video game music, he founded the group Byte Size Sound, a company which specializes in creating music and sound for video games, TV and other media. Today, Matt composes music and sound for children's books.
(Note: These games list Matt Scott for the composer. For the games that credit his sound group, see Byte Size Sound. He has also given us verification that him and Mike Cihak worked on Lester the Unlikely.)
Matt created MIDI files that were converted to Chip Level Designs' audio driver.
For Lester the Unlikely and Phantom 2040, the sound driver was programmed by Jason Andersen and John Schappert.