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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal


RIP Richard Joseph

Date 5-Mar-2007 22:46:48
Topic: hardware OS4


Just read this from Wikipedia:

"Richard Joseph was a computer game composer, musician and sound specialist. He has had a career spanning some 20 years starting in the early days of gaming on the C64 and the Amiga and onto succeeding formats through to the present day.

After being diagnosed with lung cancer, he passed away on March 4, 2007."



Requiescat in pace, Richard. Your music will live forever.



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