Andy Baylor (also credited as Andy Bayler) is an American music composer and producer from Chicago, Illinois.
As a media engineer for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, under the Director of recording Rex Anderson, Andy Baylor brought the Opera department out of VHS tape, and taken them into the 21st century with DVD releases. He made a surround sound disc of "The Scarecrow" as well.
Andy Baylor produced and composed the two opening tracks for the Funimation dub of both Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks and Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku. Baylor also composed other works for key scenes in the TV specials.
He composed and produced several music and imaging libraries (consisting of over 2500 music beds) for Creme Machine, a worldwide production music house. He composed and conceptualized music for radio and television imaging/product marketing in major markets throughout the U.S. Andy Baylor is also a Guitar Player Magazine featured artist.