Mark Van Hecke
|Mark Van Hecke|
Mark Van Hecke is an American composer, music producer, and pianist who is known for his countless works at Absolute Entertainment. He attended the University of Wisconson-Milwaukee from 1973-1977. He began his video game music career as a composer at Absolute Entertainment where he worked from 1989 until the company closed their doors at the end of 1995. While at Absolute Entertainment he composed music for many of the games created by their in-house development company, Imagineering, Inc. Although Hecke wrote music for a great deal of games, most of the games were low quality conversions of movies or cartoons that showcase very poor, obviously rushed music. Aside from composing, Hecke has also been credited as the audio director for several games. He now works as a freelance composer and producer.
Mark said this about his music:
Mark's MIDI files were converted to the NES using a sound driver by Alex DeMeo.
Dr. T's KCS on the Macintosh with a Kurzweil keyboard that was used for MIDI recording.
(Note: For the games that do not have credits such as InfoGenius Productivity Pak: Personal Organizer and Phone Book and Heavy Shreddin', we have contacted Mark about these games and have received verification that he is the composer.)
- mobygames.com/developer/sheet/view/developerId,58972/ - MobyGames.
- gamefaqs.com/features/credit/317.html - GameFAQs.
- linkedin.com/pub/8/443/a26 - LinkedIn.
- facebook.com/MVHinNYC - Facebook.