Scott Patterson

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Scott Patterson
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Scott Patteson was an American sound programmer who worked primarily for MicroProse. He started working on video games in January 1990 when he worked for MicroProse Software. He quit in May of 1993. Then, he joined Midway in June 1993 and left in December 1998.

Music Development


Scott created MIDI files in Super Strike Eagle (SNES) and it was converted to his own version of the BMUS driver that was programmed by David Ross and Bill Williams.


Released Title Sample Notes
1991-??-?? Gunship 2000 (DOS) Sound Programming
1991-??-?? Nighthawk F-117A Stealth Fighter 2 (DOS)
1992-??-?? Darklands (DOS) Sound Programming
1992-02-?? F-15 Strike Eagle (NES) Sound Driver
1992-12-?? F-117A Stealth Fighter (NES) Sound Driver
1993-03-?? Super Strike Eagle (SNES) Sound Programming
1995-11-16 Doom (PS1) Sound System
1996-04-26 Doom (3DO) Sound System
1996-12-03 Cruis'n USA (N64) Sound Programming
1998-03-24 Quake (N64)