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===N64===
 
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Phil said this about the music for Beetle Adventure Racing:
 
Phil said this about the music for Beetle Adventure Racing:
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|That music was done using a bass guitar, and an Emu sampler and a JP8000 back in the mid 90s. The loose inspiration for it was big beat stuff as that was what the video game designer asked for at the time. The stuff was done in Logic and then transferred to proprietary software that was provided by Electronic Arts.}}
 
|That music was done using a bass guitar, and an Emu sampler and a JP8000 back in the mid 90s. The loose inspiration for it was big beat stuff as that was what the video game designer asked for at the time. The stuff was done in Logic and then transferred to proprietary software that was provided by Electronic Arts.}}
  
 
==Gameography==
 
==Gameography==
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==Picture Gallery==
 
==Picture Gallery==
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File:Phil_Western_-_1.jpg|Phil's Facebook December 18, 2012.
 
File:Phil_Western_-_1.jpg|Phil's Facebook December 18, 2012.
 
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==Links==
 
==Links==

Revision as of 11:45, 1 February 2016

Phillip C. Western IV
Phil Western - 1.jpg
Born Unknown
Birth Place Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada
Nationality Canadian   Canada.svg

Phil Western is a Canadian musician. He only composed the music for a few N64 games.

Music Development

N64

Phil said this about the music for Beetle Adventure Racing:

That music was done using a bass guitar, and an Emu sampler and a JP8000 back in the mid 90s. The loose inspiration for it was big beat stuff as that was what the video game designer asked for at the time. The stuff was done in Logic and then transferred to proprietary software that was provided by Electronic Arts.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1997-11-30 FIFA: Road to World Cup (N64) Additional Music
1998-??-?? World Cup 98 (N64)
1999-??-?? Beetle Adventure Racing (N64) (ビートル アドベンチャー レーシング)

Picture Gallery

Links