Dwight Stone

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Dwight Stone
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Born June 23
Birth Place San Diego, California, USA
Nationality American   USA.svg

Dwight Stone is an American composer and sound designer who worked for GTE, and Sega. He usually worked with Dominique Widiez.

Music Development


Dwight created MIDI files with an unknown program, which were given to Terry Barnum to convert to the Genesis using GEMS.


Like his Genesis music, Dwight created MIDI files, which were given to Michelle Simon to convert to the SNES using Chip Level Designs' version of Nintendo's Kankichi-kun sound engine.


Released Title Sample Notes
1994-??-?? Bonkers (GEN) With Dave Delia, Paul Gadbois, Mike Larkin and Jeff Tveraas.
1994-??-?? Jammit (3DO)
1994-??-?? Jammit (GEN)
1994-11-?? Jammit (SNES)
1994-11-?? Street Hockey '95 (SNES)
1995-??-?? Garfield: Caught in the Act (GEN) With Jeff Tveraas.
1995-08-22 Jammit (DOS) Composer?
1997-08-31 Lose Your Marbles (W16)

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