OneUp was started in 2002 by Dale North and Mustin to arrange video game music with a new flavour and then license and sell those arrangements on CD. Since its inception, Mustin has acquired sole ownership of the company, and OUS is still changing the minds of game music naysayers all over the world.  
 
Video Game Music is a medium that encompasses nearly all styles/genres of music. So, within VGM, we are able to pick songs we love from nearly any genre and arrange them in any style we choose. We grew up with games and Game Music has found a permanent place in our hearts and ears. And it's only getting better. We want to show people that the "bloops and bleeps" reputation of Video Game Music is outdated. Game Music is indeed "Real Music," and we work every day to help prove it to the world.  
 
REALLY high quality arrangements of video game music, legally licensed from the original composers and sold on CD. There are three CDs currently available - check the Albums page for samples. Record label of The OneUps, which I'm a member of.  
 
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Kassi42: !!! This is one of the production companies my very close friend runs. I'll be doing a piano arrangement on his next album. Greg has done some violin work on several of the albums here. I didn't know that Greg was going to post this, but if it's a problem since I guess it could be considered a "personal" link, I could just repost it as one from myself since I still haven't used my "personal" link yet.
deathburger: Unless he runs the joint I don't think it's self-promotion at all.. many people post links to places they've done business with for example, but since they don't own the business it's not self-promotion.
fabulon7: Plus, if you don't abuse it, who cares? Even if it were personal, you're not going against the intent of that rule in posting it. (In my opinion, anyway.)
beaglebot: That rule is about as hard to give a good definition to as pornography
fabulon7: All I know is, I know it when I see it.
deathburger: Ditto.