For the Casualty character see Robyn Miller (Casualty).
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August 6, 1966 |
Dallas, Texas, US
|Occupation||Computer game designer, composer, director, actor|
Robyn Charles Miller (born August 6, 1966 in Dallas, Texas) is the co-founder of Cyan Worlds (originally Cyan) with brother Rand Miller. He served as co-designer of the popular computer game Myst, which held the title of best-selling computer game from its release in 1993 until the release of The Sims nine years later. He also co-directed and co-lead designed the sequel to Myst, Riven, which was the best-selling computer game of its year of release, 1997. Miller composed and performed the soundtracks to both games. He also acted in Myst, portraying one of the antagonists, Sirrus (with brother and Cyan-cofounder Rand appearing as Achenar and Atrus). He co-wrote the first Myst novel, The Book of Atrus.
Myst and Riven
Miller is known for his contributions in the areas of direction and design, especially in the area of visual design—the look and feel of the Myst and Riven worlds. Richard Vander Wende, co-director and co-designer of Riven, was likewise responsible for orchestrating the visual language of that world.
While at Cyan, Miller composed the soundtracks for both Myst and Riven.
Most recently he has worked on a musical project named Ambo, with W. Keith Moore.
In December 2013, he released the soundtrack for his debut film The Immortal Augustus Gladstone in digital format on Gumroad.com.
As a member of Ambo:
- 1000 Years and 1 Day (2005)
- The Immortal Augustus Gladstone (2013)
- http://tinselman.com/ambo_02.html Official Ambo website.
- Robyn Miller – official site
- Robyn Miller – official blog
- Robyn Miller discography at Discogs
- Robyn Miller discography at MusicBrainz
- Robyn Miller at the Internet Movie Database
- Robyn Miller on Twitter
- Robyn Miller profile at OverClocked ReMix
- Robyn Miller at VGMdb
Articles and other
- Robyn Miller article at Wired magazine
- Riven cover at Wired magazine
- Land of Point website (archive)
- Robyn Miller interview at Feed Magazine (archive)