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    Jonathan Dunn

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    Jonathan 'Choroid' Dunn has composed music and sound effects for many video games as early as 1987. One of several talented composers of the music played on Ocean's Software loading screen for many games on the Commodore Computer.

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    Jonathan Dunn (also credited as Jon Dunn) is a composer who began his music career as an audio composer for Imagine Software in 1987, but moved to Ocean Software in 1988 where he worked even through the Infogrames buyout in 1998 until apparently leaving in 2000, Dunn's last music credit is from 2003 with Electronic Arts.

    Dunn's favorite system to compose music for was the Commodore 64 not only because it was what he started with, but also because he was able to write his own audio drivers. During the 1990's he also liked composing on the SNES. Dunn's personal favorite work is his soundtrack for Total Recall on the Commodore 64.

    Dunn takes inspiration from various noises which help him begin composing.


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