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
Website http://www.aubreyhodges.com/

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]

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

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