Bryce Morcello

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Bryce Morcello
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Birth Place Oregon, USA
Nationality American   USA.svg

Bryce Morcello is an American composer and sound designer. He attended the University of Oregon and attained a B.S. in Computer Science and Economics in 1989. He started working on video games in 1988 when he worked for Dynamix for a couple years. After he left the company in 1990, it appears he retired from the video game industry as a whole. In September 1997, Bryce at WRQ as an Engineering Manager and Product Engineering Lead, and left in August 1999. He then worked for Adobe as an Engineering Manager up until the end of 2005. Bryce also worked for other companies such as Vykor, Legend of the Blue Bucket Mine, and Talyst.

Since May 2015, Bryce currently serves as the CEO of Cirrus Pharmacy Systems. He currently goes by Bryce Morsello, and lives in Seattle, Washington.


Released Title Sample Notes
1988-??-?? Abrams Battle Tank (DOS)
1988-??-?? Caveman Ugh-lympics (C64) Sounds
1988-??-?? F-14 Tomcat (C64)
1988-??-?? The Train: Escape to Normandy (DOS)
1989-12-?? Die Hard (DOS)
1989-??-?? A-10 Tank Killer (DOS) Sound Effects / Musical Editing
1989-??-?? Caveman Ugh-lympics (DOS) Sounds
1989-??-?? Deathtrack (DOS) Sounds
1989-??-?? Ghostbusters II (DOS) Sound
1989-??-?? MechWarrior (DOS) With Michael Latham and Russell Lieblich.
1989-??-?? David Wolf: Secret Agent (DOS) Sound Effects and Music Editing
1991-??-?? A-10 Tank Killer (AMI) Sound Effects / Musical Editing

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