|W. Gregory Turner|
Greg Turner is an American professional composer and musician, known for his many works for Realtime Associates.
When Turner was 9, he began taking lessons on the piano and later started learning the trombone at 11. As a skilled trombonist in high school, it got him into some bands and orchestras. His piano skills got him into bands of all genres and even was an accompanist for choirs. While he was in high school, he had a passion for electronic-sounding music which he still composes to this day. When Turner attended the Berklee College in Boston, he was composing for films. After he graduated there, he was commissioned in the Battle Creek Symphony and was also a keyboardist in some other bands. After that, he was composing for television which got him into composing for films.
He started in the game industry in 1994 when he worked for the Seattle Division of Realtime Associates. He primarily worked on the company's handheld titles, and would usually do both Game Boy and Game Gear versions of the games he worked on. During his time there, he usually worked with other composers such as Eric Swanson and Eric Neilsen. In 2000, he left the company to start his own freelance business, Turner Media Works. He also started working at Everi Holdings Inc. as a Senior Audio Designer in 2016, a position he still holds today.
- linkedin.com/in/greg-turner-9920294/ - Linkedin.
- mobygames.com/developer/sheet/view/developerId,67210/ - MobyGames.