Jeroen Tel

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Jeroen Tel performing at Back in Time Live 2008.

Jeroen Godfried Tel (aka WAVE) (born May 19, 1972, Helmond) is a Dutch composer. Best known for numerous computer game tunes he wrote in the 1980s and early 1990s for the Commodore 64,[1] Tel is a founding member of the computer music group Maniacs of Noise alongside Charles Deenen who he met at computer meetings in Venlo, the Netherlands. He worked for several years at Funcom in Norway.[2] In addition to being game musician, he has composed lots of modules in the context of demoscene.

His most popular[3] compositions appear in the following Commodore 64 games: Combat Crazy, Cybernoid, Cybernoid II, Dan Dare 3, Eliminator, Hawkeye, Myth: History in the Making, Nighthunter, Robocop 3, Rubicon (title music), and Supremacy.

Soundtracks composed and produced by Jeroen Tel[edit]


  1. ^ Jeroen Tel, The C-64 Scene Database, retrieved 2005-04-01.
  2. ^ Jeroen Tel - interview at Assembly 2012 (English version)
  3. ^ Droege, Joerg. "Video Interview with Jeroen Tel". Scene World Magazine. Retrieved 2015-04-25.  External link in |website= (help)

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