Allister Brimble

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Allister Brimble
GenresElectronic, soundtrack
Years active1987–present

Allister Brimble is a British video game music composer. He began composing music and sound effects for the video game industry in the mid-1980s. He also produced various audio tracks, as "Brimble's Beats", that were distributed on cover disks of magazines including CU Amiga and Amiga Format.

Brimble works as a freelance musician and sound designer for the games and console industry, and used to work alongside colleague Anthony Putson at the now defunct Orchestral Media Developments.[1] He wrote the theme tune for an indoor theme park in Abu Dhabi.[2] Brimble's extensive experience in alternative formats allowed him to compose for many gaming platforms.


Brimble has contributed to a multitude of games spanning many formats, including:


In 2013, Brimble released a compilation, The Amiga Works (classic Amiga tunes),[3] along with a remaster of his previous album Sounds Digital,[4] and many other including The Spectrum Works,[5] which includes some remasters of tunes from other artists.


  1. ^ "Orchestral Media Developments". Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  2. ^ "Orchestral Media spends Summer in Abu Dhabi « Orchestral Media". Archived from the original on 11 November 2013. Retrieved 24 August 2013.
  3. ^ "Allister Brimble The Amiga Works". Anarchy Productions.
  4. ^ "Sounds Digital (2017 Remaster), by Allister Brimble". Retrieved 26 July 2020.
  5. ^ "The Spectrum Works, by Allister Brimble". Retrieved 26 July 2020.

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