Get to know the T7G3 team... Mazedude
Christopher Getman, aka Mazedude, has been a creative force since childhood, and has explored a great many careers in the world of media. He has dabbled in music, sound design, acting, voices, stunts, motion capture, video editing, web development, and much more. His first love, however, was music. Regardless of what crazy paths life took him on, he never lost the passion for creating unique musical experiences. He has contributed to a great many albums and EPs in the video game remixing scene, has composed new original music for both films and video games, and received critical acclaim when he released The American Album, the first ever tribute to American video game music composers.
Here is just a small sampling of some of his 7th Guest related work. Note that with the exception of Gear Maze, these pieces were created long before T7G3 was even a twinkle in our eye. (Suggestion: Crank up the last two and dance.)
Ghost Circus - One of Mazedude's earlier original compositions.
Gear Maze - Original game music for T7G3.
Microscopism - A remix of Fat Man's Bolero theme from The 7th Guest.
Dolls from Hell - A remix of The 7th Guest theme.
Visit Mazedude's website to hear more of his work.
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