Erik Gavriluk

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Erik Gavriluk (born September 26, 1970) in Huntington, New York is a record producer, musician, and software engineer.

He was a founding employee of DreamWorks SKG and a lead designer on the Cairo Operating System project at Microsoft. He developed the Windows 95 startup sound with Brian Eno and was also a character study for Douglas Coupland's book Microserfs, published in 1995.

In 1998 he founded Bomb Factory, a recording studio and leading manufacturer of music software based in Burbank, California. His production and performance credits include The Dandy Warhols, Blink-182, eels, G. Love & Special Sauce, Stevie Nicks, Melissa Etheridge, Steve Allen, Hal Blaine, Marilyn Manson, Beck, Soulwax and Air.

Bomb Factory was acquired by Avid Technology (NASDAQAVID) in 2003.

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