Brent and Rob conduct an interview with acclaimed video game music composer Jeff van Dyck. He gives a fascinating look into composing 16-bit tunes as well as an explanation of the Genesis and SNES hardware. This interview also features some of Jeff's greatest hits during the 16-bit era. NOTE: Yes, The Legacy Music Hour is aware that they neglected to ask about the basketball games Jeff worked
Jeff van Dyck's music is some of the most instantly recognizable in 16-bit gaming, and for Episode 21, the boizz invited him on the air to explain why. Jeff graciously accepted and dropped some...
The Legacy Music Hour was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. specifically for the purpose of talking about video game music from the golden age of gaming (16-bit and earlier).
This song is from the Hand of Fate OST composed by Jeff van Dyck. The guitars were performed by Shaun Trainer. The game was produced by Defiant Development. More information about the soundtrack is available here at http://wp.me/p1RdgE-zF
Jeff van Dyck is probably most well known for his work on the Total War series, but his early work included a LOT of sport games with amazingly good soundtracks. Let's take a listen!