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Timothy John Follin (born 1970) is a former video game music composer who has written tracks for a variety of titles and home gaming systems, including the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga, Atari ST, NES, Super Nintendo, Game Boy, Dreamcast and PlayStation.

Follin's early 8- and 16-bit pieces were notable for their ambitious and imaginative use of samples, or clever manipulation of limited sound hardware - particularly with his work on the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, on which he managed… read more

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  • @metality he's right.
  • This guy pwns, 420 everybody
  • @wendell3: I can't fully recall. Something about music being pointless outside of a context? Or chip music in general sucking? Can't remember.
  • Yes the Plok ost is wonderful, very prog-rock
  • PLOK
  • I've yet to listen to a composer who has made better use of NES samples than this guy. His composition skills are great too. A must-hear:
  • Bust A Move 4!
  • @Metality: What view of music do you mean?
  • Incredibly talented

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