Aubrey Hodges

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Aubrey Hodges
Born (1966-11-03) November 3, 1966 (age 51)
San Rafael, California
Origin Virginia Beach, Virginia
Genres Electronic, soundtrack, dark ambient
Occupation(s) Composer, sound designer, arranger
Years active 1985–present

Aubrey Hodges (born November 3, 1966) is an American composer, musician, multi-instrumentalist and video game music composer. He began his professional audio career in 1985 and has composed music and sound effects for the video game industry since 1991.[1] He has worked on series including Kings Quest, Space Quest, Quest for Glory,[2] PlayStation versions of Doom, and Nintendo 64 versions of Quake and Quake II.[3]

Hodges plays a multitude of instruments, from stringed to brass to percussion,[4] and works in a variety of styles. He also composes and records independent albums under his own name.[5]


Aubrey Hodges has contributed to over 200 games,[6] including:


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