Designer Software

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Designer Software
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Founded 1980
Headquarters Corona, California, USA

Designer Software is an American game developer. It was created in 1980 by Bill Bogenreif. The company is still around today, though they no longer develop video games.


Music Development


Bill did not know how to program his own sound driver, so he used Mike Riedel's which could convert MIDI files to the NES. It is unknown if he got the driver from Mike himself, or if he got it from Radiance Software, who worked with Designer Software on Rollerblade Racer, and they also used Mike's sound engine in The Great Waldo Search. Mike Riedel said he does remember licensing the sound driver to different companies, but because of time he does not remember who they were.

Audio Personnel