Rob Wallace is an American musician who has been composing music professionally for numerous years, and his music can be heard in many types of media including television, film, and video games. He has also produced 12 professional studio albums with his trio. Wallace started his musical life when he was 9 years old and received piano lessons. He first started on video game music when his friend Bruce Sandig introduced him to game design and Rob's first game soundtrack was for Classic Concentration (NES). While Rob was doing the game's music and sound, he enjoyed doing it and decided to pursue video game sound and music as a career. After seven years of doing music for games, he moved to Grand Junction, Colorado because of kidney failures and founded LazyCats Records. Wallace no longer works on video game music, but he still composes music.
Rob Wallace created MIDI files in Voyetra Studio Pro which were converted to Bruce Sandig's sound engine.
Rob Wallace January 12, 2014; Rob's Google+.