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Revision as of 05:24, 6 November 2019

My Forum avatar is my character and Lord Urslingen from my favorite game of all time, Pool of Radiance (NES).

Hello there, my name is Nick Kalata. I was born in Seattle on June 8, 1994. I've always had a passion for music for as long as I can remember. My very first song was written when I was 15. The first video game musician I ever talked to was Mason Fisher, who I knew from the Eye of the Beholder III music. I later ended up talking to Frank Klepacki who ended up telling me he used AdLib Visual Composer (DOS) to score the music for Eye of the Beholder II. I downloaded the program just to look at it, but while in the program, I decided to try my hand at composing a tune, and thus, my first song (which I later titled Rise of Darkness) was made. When I saw that I could successfully write music, I started doing that. I used to play electric guitar and I was a bass drummer in my school's drumline, but I mainly play piano and keyboards. Some of my main musical influences are Alice in Chains, Barenaked Ladies, and Heatwave. Other influences include Alan Parson Project (Turn of a Friendly Card), Nirvana (Nevermind/In Utero), Pearl Jam (Ten), Robert Cray, and especially Sting (Mercury Falling/Ten Summoner's Tales).

My goal is to contribute as many game soundtracks to the site as possible (mostly for NES games). I like to compose my music on Famitracker and Digital Orchestrator.

I also record soundtracks for the more obscure/unknown games mostly in the NES library.

If you are a video game musician who would like me to add or remove something to your page, please feel free to contact me at doommaster1994@yahoo.com

Thanks for stopping by!

My Game Rips

Note that some of these have multiple rip formats. For those games, I will list in parentheses which format of the game I ripped.

Soundtracks I've Contributed

Over the past few years, I have contributed 198 game soundtracks to the VGMPF:

Favorite Soundtracks


All the soundtracks I contribute to the VGMPF plus:

Not Uploaded

Favorite Songs



Basically, way too many songs to put here. Sorry.






Favorite Composers, Foley Artists and Sound Programmers

Favorite Companies

Favorite Editors

Favorite Audio Devices


Thanks a lot for helping with the updates! --TheAlmightyGuru 20:46, 2 December 2009 (UTC)