David Bergeaud

David Bergeaud (born 1968 in Paris, France) also known as "KOR", is a film, television, and video game musician mostly acknowledged for scoring the video game Ratchet & Clank; he scored all the games in the Ratchet & Clank series except Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time which was scored by Boris Salchow. Bergeaud is married to female singer Renfey for whom he also acts as producer. Bergeaud was born in Paris what directed him to become a musician was from his parents his mother was a singer and his father was a stage director and choreographer who both took him around on tour through much of Europe, the middle east and east Africa he began his musical education at age and got inspired by a wide range of artists as Bella Bartok, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Miles David and Led Zeppelin, music eventually brought him to Los Angeles to start his music career and in 1987 he scored for his first feature film for Roger Corman.

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