Ken Hedgecock

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Ken Hedgecock
Born November 7, 1953
Birth Place Cedar City, Utah
Nationality American   USA.svg

Ken Hedgecock is an American composer and musician. The only game he worked on was Spot: The Video Game. Ken attended the Golden West College of 1974 for music.

Music Development

According to Ken, he used a piece of software developed by Yamaha, but he does not remember the name of the software. Graeme Devine had said something about converting Ken's music to AdLib Visual Composer for the game. Despite not being released in North America, it is possible Ken used a MSX2 music computer by Yamaha such as the CX-7.

Coincidentally, the game also uses Sculptured Software's sound engine by Ken Moore.


Released Title Sample Notes
1990-09-?? Spot: The Video Game (NES) (スポット)
1990-??-?? Spot: The Video Game (DOS)
1991-??-?? Spot: The Video Game (AMI)