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Obituary: Veteran game composer Brad Fuller
Obituary: Veteran game composer Brad Fuller
January 4, 2016 | By Alex Wawro

January 4, 2016 | By Alex Wawro
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Gamasutra has learned that veteran game composer Brad Fuller passed away over the holidays after a long bout with cancer. 

Fuller had a vibrant career in audio production, and is best known in the game industry for his work at Atari in the 1980s crafting the sound of seminal Atari console games like Donkey Kong and Tetris, as well as Atari arcade games like Marble Madness and Klax.

He spent roughly 14 years at Atari and went on to work as both a composer and an educator, as well as a valued member of the Interactive Audio Special Interest Group, where he served for a time as chairman of the Interactive Composition Working Group.

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