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Gary Kibler has a long history of composing and producing his unique brand of music. His evocative scores have been featured in film, television and a number of game titles for Sony Pictures and others.
In 2006 Sony Pictures Entertainment commissioned Gary to create a unique music and audio design for the first PC game based on their blockbuster book and film franchise "The Da Vinci Code". Gary's music for The Da Vinci Code went on to become one of the top 20 most downloaded game or film-related tracks of 2006. His song "Winds of Change" was featured on Britain's top-rated television program "Top Gear", a show with a long-standing reputation for showcasing the best of new and established music.
In 2007 Gary again sparked another popular music-themed meme by introducing "The Yellow Album". A creative excercise in stripping electronic music production down to its essence, the album broke new ground in demonstrating that an enjoyably listenable, creatively-layered, near-studio-quality album could be produced using nothing more than a $200 palm-sized touchpad synthesizer called the Kaossilator. News of the album spread quickly on the major music and culture blogs, resulting in "The Yellow Album" receiving over 250,000 downloads to date. Korg has since publicly acknowledged Gary's contribution to their overall sales with "The Yellow Album" now being currently available on iTunes, Amazon and other major online retailers.
Gary has worked for Sony Pictures in their Games Studio based in Culver City and later for Sony Online Entertainment in San Diego. He currently lives in England where he works for the BBC while continuing to compose for new game and film projects.