15 Facts About Adam Gubman


Adam Gubman was born on April 7,1979 and is an American songwriter, arranger, and composer.


Adam Gubman has composed music for more than 550 video games, many for prominent interactive software development companies.


Gubman has released many albums, but only two under his artist name 'Adam Gubman': "Sunday Rain" and "Dark Matter", which is a collection of 12 horror orchestral cues.


Adam Gubman was born at Anaheim, California and raised in Southern California where he lives in 2016, Gubman spent a part of his adolescence in Plymouth, Minnesota.


Adam Gubman's grandfather introduced him to "Deluxe Music Construction Set" on the Amiga computer in 1984, and he experimented with composing.


Adam Gubman started to play the piano and compose music at the age of seven, and played in bands through high school.


Adam Gubman spent a lot of time playing videogames as well.

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In 1997, Adam Gubman began attending the California State University at Long Beach.


Adam Gubman took a break until 2003 when he resumed his studies, and completed a degree in Musical composition and Theory in 2006.


In 1994, Adam Gubman released the album Sunday Rain under an independent record label.


Adam Gubman was one of four producers on "This Is Me", by Justin Paul and Benj Pasek, from The Greatest Showman.


In January 2000, Adam Gubman created a publishing company, "Adam Gubman Music International", of which he remains the director in 2015.


In 2006, after graduating from University, Adam Gubman co-composed, along with composer Jeff Kurtenacker, the soundtrack for the videogame "Pirates of the Burning Sea", a massively multiplayer online role-playing game developed by Flying Lab Software and published by Sony Online Entertainment.


Currently, Adam Gubman is a partner at Moonwalkaudio, a full-service audio pipeline management company.


In early 2021, Adam Gubman released the demos for an original animated musical he had written, known as 'Seeds'.