Byte Size Sound
|Byte Size Sound|
Byte Size Sound is a group of composers founded by Matt Scott that produces music for games. The members of the group are:
Game Boy / Game Boy Color
Byte Size's MIDI files were converted to the GB/GBC using Alex DeMeo's sound driver from Absolute Entertainment. Also, their games reuses Mark Van Hecke's sounds from Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost In New York.
Triple Play 2001 appears to use a unique sound driver.
Game Boy Advance
For Urban Strike and Bubsy in the Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind, they wrote the music in assembly, listening to sheet music by ear, using Chip Level Designs' version of Nintendo's Kankichi-kun sound driver.
For Total Carnage, they used Sculptured Software's sound driver.
For the rest of his work, including Lester the Unlikely, NHL '97, NHL '98 and Phantom 2040, they used Visual Concepts' sound driver.
Byte Size Sound's involvement with the following games have been verified via their website. This gameography also lists all the games that credit Byte Size Sound.