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Scott Morgan

Scott Morgan

Scott Morgan is an American composer and co-author of the music featured in the Funimation dub of Dragon Ball Z. He worked directly under Faulconer Productions and the CakeMix Recording studio.


Scott Morgan began working on the English dub BGM in 1999 with the Frieza Saga episode "Fighting Power: One Million??" and proceeded to aid Bruce Faulconer with numerous additional tracks until his departure in 2000.

In 2001 he became an audio software test engineer for Volt, testing various Microsoft audio technologies. He would later join Microsoft in 2005 and go on to become their XNA Professional Gaming Platform Audio Test Lead, overseeing XACT, XAudio1&2, XMV, XHV, XMP etc.

In 2015 he became a system engineer for Roland Virtual Sonics, a position which he currently holds.

In his spare time, he runs a YouTube channel named "Morganstudios", where he has composed and arranged numerous tracks in the style of the Dragon Ball Z OST. He can also be found on the Dragon Ball Z forum Kanzenshuu posting under the username "cRookie_Monster".

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