Michelle Sorger

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Michelle Sorger
Michelle Simon - 1.jpg
Born Unknown
Birth Place Stafford, Virginia
Nationality American   USA.svg
Aliases Michelle Simon, 95 MCH
Website audiogang.org

Michelle Sorger (formerly known as Michelle Simon) is an American composer, sound designer, and programmer. Michelle started working on games in 1988 at Leland Corporation. While she was there, she didn't compose music, but instead did sound programming while Sam Powell did the music. In 1991, Michelle left Leland started working at Park Place Productions and was the audio director there, composing and programming music and sound effects where she stayed up until 1994. In March 1995, Michelle became an audio director at Angel Studios. In September 2005, her last video game music job, she was the Vice President of the Gang Audio Network Guild. Today, Michelle is a ski instructor at the Park City Mountain Resort in Utah.

Music Composition

GEN

Michelle composed MIDI files in Cakewalk, which were then converted to the Sega Genesis.

NES

Like her Genesis music, Michelle composed the music in Cakewalk for DOS and then the MIDI files were converted to the NES using Russell Lieblich's sound driver.

SNES

While Michelle doesn't remember the exact source of her instruments, she remembers they were sound modules from Roland.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1989-??-?? All American Football (ARC) Sounds
1989-??-?? Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's Super Off Road (ARC) Sound Programming
1990-??-?? Pig Out: Dine Like A Swine! (ARC) Sound Software
1991-??-?? Brute Force (ARC) Soundware
1991-??-?? Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat (ARC) Sound Programming
1992-??-?? Batman Returns (PC)
1992-??-?? Muhammad Ali Heavyweight Boxing (GEN)
1992-05-?? Roundball 2-on-2 Challenge (NES)
1992-11-?? Jeopardy! (GEN)
1993-??-?? Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition (GEN)
1993-03-?? Jeopardy! Sports Edition (GEN)
1993-07-?? NFL Football (SNES)
1993-07-?? Super Slam Dunk (SNES)
1994-??-?? Trivial Pursuit Interactive Multimedia Game (SCD)
1994-11-?? Jammit (SNES) Music and Sound Effects Editor
1994-11-?? Street Hockey '95 (SNES) Audio Engineering

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