Developer Biography(Quoted from Interview on Mix 'n Mojo)
"My name is Clint Bajakian. I began musical studies on piano and euphonium at the age of eight in Massachusetts. I played in a marching band from grade 5-8, then took up the guitar and played in a number of rock bands from 1977 to 1984. In 1982, I enrolled in the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, fulfilling a double-Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Theory and Classical Guitar Performance. I earned a Masters of Music degree in Music Composition at The University of Michigan in 1991 culminating with an orchestral work that was performed publicly. That same year, I got a call from Michael Land, an old friend with whom I'd played much music since 1976, inviting me to compose music with him and Peter McConnell, another old friend, at LucasArts (then Lucasfilm Games). My fiancée and I hit the road from Michigan and I worked several months on Monkey Island2: LeChuck's Revenge and Indiana Jones: The Fate of Atlantis. In 1993, I took on a full-time position there which I kept until May 2000, at which time I started my own music and sound production company called C. B. Studios."
Recipient of the 2003 Game Audio Network Guild awards for Best Interactive Score and Music of the Year
(Quoted from O'Reilly)
Clint Bajakian is Senior Music Supervisor at Sony Computer Entertainment America. A composer, sound designer and audio producer with over 13 years game industry experience, Bajakian is credited in over 80 game titles. From 2000-2004, he co-managed The Bay Area Sound Department with sound designer Julian Kwasneski, providing audio production services to the game industry. Prior to Bay Area Sound, Clint was Composer and Sound Design Supervisor at LucasArts Entertainment Company from 1991-2000. His score for Outlaws won the Outstanding Achievement Award from Computer Gaming World magazine in 1996. Other scores have been nominees or recipients of awards including Escape from Monkey Island, Indiana Jones and The Infernal Machine, and Indiana Jones and The Emperor's Tomb. Bajakian is vice-president of the non-profit Game Audio Network Guild (www.audiogang.org) to promote excellence in interactive audio and has served on the steering committee of the Interactive Audio Special Interest Group (www.iasig.com). Bajakian holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Michigan.
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