- Alex Brandon interviews George for Mix Magazine in an article titled Let's Play Peek-a-Boo.
- George has a blog on O'Reilly. It's philosophy, technology, progress, process and fun. Maybe the fun comes first.
Escapist has published a profile of George, beautifully
written by Allen Varney.
Art of Digital music is a wonderful book by David Battino
and Kelli Richards. It includes interviews with 56 "visionary artists",
- "In the midst of the consumer-driven development chaos of the
time, one rational voice stands out in the Austin noise barrage."
Well, that's what the Austin
Chronicle says, anyway.
Rise and Fall of Game Audio, on Armchair Arcade. Just read
- Here's a
lovely review of George's book, The Fat Man
on Game Audio: Tasty Morsels of Sonic Goodness.
Interviews Game Audio Revolutionist The Fat Man
- Here's a typically charming interview with Fat on GamePro.
Game Music Archive includes George as one of three notable game
music composers in a detailed paper on game music written by Eric Pidkameny.
- George has penned "Un-Asked-For
Advice For The Aspiring Game Audio Guy" for Gamasutra.
- The January, 2002, GIG Spotlight article at GIGnews.com is Interview
With the Goddess: A Chat With George "The Fat Man" Sanger
has posted a feature on The Fat Man. It's loaded with fun info and tunes.
- Team Fat's
Albums lovingly described by our record company, Haight-Masonic
- The Austin Game Developers Conference has an audio track that adresses the needs of established game audio professionals. All sessions are required to be at an intermediate or advanced level. George is on the advisory board.
- The University of Texas is creating a Videogame Archive. George is a member of the small group that helped get this project off the ground.
- BEAM Foundation fosters electronic music that exemplifies the tools and aesthetic of the 21st Century. George is on the board of directors.
- George is a member of the band, The Captains of the Chess Team. All band members are required to have day jobs in the games industry. Nerds rock!
- For news, reviews, and general information about game music, visit
home of the "Really Nice Compressor." Made by our friend Mark
McQuilkin, it's the best audio compressor you can get for under $2000,
and it's $199. Only in Texas.
- Realtime is
the company of Dave Warhol, The Man Who Discovered The Fat Man 3 Times.
- Here is the homepage of the IASIG
(Interactive Audio Special Interest Group).
- Don't miss Bobby
Prince's page--He's a great composer and a good friend!
- Funk Logic:
Here's a company whose product does precisely what is claimed. The
Fat Man cashes in one credibility point by endorsing them.
is a nice fan site for The 7th Guest and 11th Hour.
- Here is a still from The 7th Guest
that shows a picture of the Fat Man in the game's portrait gallery.
Media is where brilliant
guys Rob Landeros and Dave Wheeler went after Trilobyte.