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AkumajoBelmont

AkumajoBelmont

AkumajoBelmont


AkumajoBelmont (aka. Robbie Sabo) is an Australian, Sydney born musician (birth date 3rd March, 1983). Being the first of his family to be born in Australia, Robbie has his sound rooted in a fusion of European pop/dance (a love that had come partially of his Hungarian descent) and more Japanese pop and Video Game soundtrack like sensibilities. His first experience in music creation came in sequencing Midi files in early High School. All this eventually lead into sample-based music Read more on Last.fm
AkumajoBelmont (aka. Robbie Sabo) is an Australian, Sydney born musician (birth date 3rd March, 1983). Being the first of his family to be born in Australia, Robbie has his sound rooted in a fusion of European pop/dance (a love that had come partially of his Hungarian descent) and more Japanese pop and Video Game soundtrack like sensibilities. His first experience in music creation came in sequencing Midi files in early High School.

All this eventually lead into sample-based music, and finally, culminated into tracks created using Fruity Loops, Acid Pro and currently Reason 3.0. He has plans to move to Cubase in the near future. AkumajoBelmont has many influences in music. From disco/electronic maestro Giorgio Moroder, to 80's artists such as New Order, Spandau Ballet and pop music machine Stock Aiken Waterman, to more contemporary artists such as Video Game composer Michiru Yamane, modern day Italo Disco king Gigi D'Agostino, Power/Prog Metal band Kamelot, and the Norwegian Synth-Pop outfit Zuma. Robbie has had a hand in re-arranging video game music for such websites as OverClocked ReMix, VGMix 2 and Remix:ThaSauce. Arrangements include:- For You - "Dr Wily 1" from Mega Man 2; The Devil Inside (Italo Disco Remix) - 'Dracula's Castle' from CastleVania Symphony of the Night; Bust This Groove '81 - Kitty N's theme 'Aozora no Knife' from Bust A Move/Groove (featuring vocals by his cousin Stephanie Martonhelyi); Starman (Don't Lose Yourself) - a track from the 32x game Darxide; & R U Overdrive - an arrangement Ryu's Theme from Street Fighter 2 (a collaboration with fellow video game music arranger BrainCells). He has various tracks for a multitude of OC ReMix rearrangement albums due out this year, including 2 arrangements for 'NiGHTS into Dreams: Lucid Dreaming', a track on 'Donkey Kong Country 3: Double the Trouble' and another track for 'Super Dodge Ball: Around the World'. Read more on Last.fm.

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