Raphaël Gesqua is a French audio composer who specializes in video game and movie soundtracks. He developed the soundtrack that was used on "Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity" and "Code Lyoko: Fall of X.A.N.A.". He was born in Paris, France; on February 11, 1972.
In his early years, he used the pseudonym "Audiomonster". This was phased out in the early 90s. He has been active since 1989. In addition to video game soundtracks, he has also provided the audio for several horror movies. His full name is "Raphaël Olivier Gesqua".
Code Lyoko Work
- Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity: Soundtrack for Lyoko scenes, Replika scenes, Boss Battles, and a custom version of A World Without Danger.
- Code Lyoko: Fall of X.A.N.A.: Soundtrack for Lyoko scenes, Replika scenes, and Boss Battles.
Noteworthy Non-Code Lyoko Work
- The audio for "Flashback", the most popular french video game of all time.
- The soundtrack for the canceled Commodore Amiga port of "Super Mario Brothers".
- The soundtrack for "Mr. Nutz". The game sold out within one day.
- The soundtrack for "Moto Racer", a best selling French video game.
- The soundtrack for "Pop Island". This got him nominated for the Milthon 2009 awards, for Best Soundtrack.
- The soundtrack for "Glory Days" and "Glory Days 2", which resulted in further nominations.
- The soundtrack for "The Legend of Zelda - Phantom Hourglass"