Genre: Pop, Instrumental, Soundtrack
Daniel Lippert (born March 7, 1980 in Bremen, Germany, now living in Bern, Switzerland) is a composer responsible mainly for instrumental and soundtrack music, and mainly known for his work on arranging and composing video game music. Starting from 1992, he wrote several soundtracks for smaller game productions, and recently composed the soundtrack to Foobyland (2009). His interest in video game music already began very early, and he has done a lot of arrangements, remixes and MIDI versions of video game themes in the past, mostly of Japanese origin. His biggest musical influences are Joe Hisaishi, Takanori Arisawa and some other mostly Japanese composers. Daniel has finished the Audio Engineer diploma at the School of Audio Engineering (SAE) in Zürich, Switzerland and produces his songs by himself.