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Revision as of 03:01, 25 October 2012

Charles Deenen
Born 1970
Birth Place Holland
Nationality Dutch   Netherlands.svg
Website maniacsofnoise.nl

Charles Deenen began programming computers in 1983 on a CBM-PET. Around 1985 he wrote a C64 sound-driver, which gave him the tools necessary to form an audio company with Jeroen Tel called Maniacs of Noise. Deenen taught Jeroen how to write music on the NES. In 1991, he moved to the USA and started working for Interplay Entertainment as their audio director. Deenen worked briefly for Shiny / Atari in 2002. In 2003, Deenen moved to Canada to work as the senior audio director for Electronic Arts.

Music Composition


Charles says he used hex code to write the soundtrack to M.C. Kids and it was written on the NES itself.





1988/??/?? Battle Valley (C64)
1988/??/?? Scorpion (C64)
1989/??/?? Stormlord (AMI)
1989/??/?? Stormlord (C64)
1990/03/10 Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess (DOS)
1990/??/?? Death Trap (AMI)
1990/??/?? Golden Axe (C64)
1990/??/?? J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. I (DOS)
1991/??/?? Back to the Future Part III (C64)
1991/??/?? The Bard's Tale Construction Set (DOS)
1991/??/?? M.C. Kids (NES)
1991/??/?? Omar Sharif On Bridge (DOS)
1992/??/?? Battle Chess 4000 (DOS)
1992/??/?? McDonaldland (C64)
1992/??/?? Rubicon (AMI)
1992/??/?? Rubicon (AST)
1992/??/?? Star Trek: 25th Anniversary (DOS)
1994/11/?? Out of This World (SNES)
1994/??/?? Out of This World (3DO)

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