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  • ...an American composer who worked on the New York themes for the Break Thru! games. | Arranged [[Paul Mogg]]'s music with [[Joseph White]].
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  • | Name = Paul Didier Mogg | Aliases = P. Mogg, Moggy, Solo Paul
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  • '''''Visual Composer''''' is a music composer program created by Ad Lib Inc. specifically for their [[Ad Lib Music Synthesizer Card]] from 1 ...eggios, pitch bends, and note slides. Arpeggios and tuplets can be created by altering the tempo in the middle of the song.
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  • ...ame, he only made the game's sound effects. The game's music is considered by many to be one of the most underrated SNES soundtracks. Some have even said ...l D seems to sound very similar to The Police's [[Every Breath You Take]]. Paul may have been a fan of The Police at the time he was working on this game's
    5 KB (580 words) - 13:42, 21 September 2020
  • Spectrum HoloByte was created by Gilman Louie in 1982 with original headquarters in Boulder, Colorado, but l ==Games==
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  • ...ly had more ports and clones than any other game ever made. It was created by Russian programmer Alexey Pajitnov. The name Tetris is a variation on the G ==Games==
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  • ...composed in [[Studio Vision Pro]]. Like most of the Tetris games developed by Spectrum Holobyte and Sphere, Inc., the music does not loop. The only song | Composer = {{TrackListComposer|Paul Mogg}}
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  • '''''Joseph White''''' was a composer for various video games, mainly by [[Spectrum Holobyte]]. He was usually credited as ''J. White''. | With [[Paul Mogg]].
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