Jonathan Hey

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Jonathan W. Hey
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Born September 20
Birth Place Springfield, Illinois
Nationality American   USA.svg
Aliases Jon Hey

Jonathan Hey is an American composer and sound designer, best known for his NBA Jam soundtracks at Midway. He has been playing piano and music professionally ever since 1971. In 1988 he started working on a large assortment of arcade and pinball video games at Williams and Midway Games up until 1999. In 2006 he worked at Baniak Pine & Gannon as an intellectual property consultant. Ever since 2000, Jon has been running his own sound studios in which he composes music and sound for video games.


Released Title Sample Notes
1988-12-?? Jokerz! (PBL)
1989-02-?? Earthshaker (PBL)
1989-06-?? Transporter: The Rescue (PBL)
1989-??-?? Tri-Sports (ARC)
1990-01-?? The Bally Game Show (PBL)
1990-??-?? Smash T.V. (ARC)
1990-08-?? Dr. Dude (PBL) Sound
1990-11-?? FunHouse (PBL) Sound
1991-??-?? Total Carnage (ARC)
1991-02-01 The Machine: Bride of Pin*Bot (PBL)
1991-05-?? Gilligan's Island (PBL)
1991-09-?? Smash T.V. (NES)
Arranged by Marshall Parker
1992-02-?? Super Smash T.V. (SNES) Arranged by Marshall Parker.
1992-09-?? Doctor Who (PBL)
1992-??-?? Hot Shot (PBL)
1993-04-?? NBA Jam (ARC)
1994-??-?? NBA Jam (SNES) Composer. Arranged by Rick Fox
1994-02-?? Demolition Man (PBL)
1995-02-23 NBA Jam Tournament Edition (ARC)
1995-10-10 Jack*Bot (PBL)
1997-08-031 NHL 2 On 2 Ice Challenge (W16)
1998-10-31 CarnEvil (ARC) The Big Bunyan Riders with Rob Berry, Vince Pontarelli, Rich Carle, and Kevin Quinn.
1999-10-31 NBA Showtime: NBA on NBC (N64)
2015-??-?? Game of Thrones (PBL) Sound; with Kenneth Hale, Ron Ivan Staley, and Jerry Thompson.

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