My name is Brian, I go by "Brimaxian", and in 2011 there was a fantastic opportunity for me. I recorded a 10-second version of a dumb, little piece of music I actually composed in 1997. This musical morsel became an iconic bit of video game review Youtube history. You have to live with that.
Around the airing of their seventh or eighth episode, Joe asked me to compose a theme song in order to bring a level of sophistication to the project, as he was editing what was to be a recurring sequence to head off future episodes. I composed some synth lines with the Korg DS-10 Plus software on a Nintendo DSi system, recorded it into Cubase on a Macbook Pro, and then played some electric guitar over it. That piece debuted on Episode 11: Retro Gaming on HDTVs and Video Connections.
The the origins of that theme song, several variations, and an assortment of other music I composed for the show. The track-list keeps getting longer, slowly, as I keep getting commissioned for new pieces. If you've already bought the album, you're allowed to download it again to get tracks that may not have been there when you got it. Be sure to checkout the instrumental multitracks—instruments in more-or-less isolation so that you can do your own mix, remix, or whatever! Just send me a link to your creations!
A three-track "single" with the song I wrote and performed exclusively for the Sega CD episode. The track appeared in the end credits with only one verse. I went ahead and made it a full song, and then provided an instrumental mix, too.