|Headquarters||Redwood City, California, USA|
|Other Names||EA, EA Sports, EA Games, エレクトロニック・アーツ・ビクター株式会社 (Electronic Arts Victor Co., Ltd.)|
Electronic Arts (better known as EA) is an American game company with many branches around the world. It was founded by Trip Hawkins in 1982. Over the years, the company has acquired a large amount of other video game development studios for their intellectual property rights.
Rob Hubbard is the only person who wrote this driver. He wrote it in assembly.
For Electronic Arts' Canadian branch, Kris Hatlelid and Alan Stewart programmed their own sound driver using a MIDI conversion tool. By the way the engine was programmed, SPC files are undumpable and instead must be ripped as SNSF files.
For other games, EA used their own version of the Kankichi-kun sound driver used by mostly Japanese developers.
- David Warhol
- David Whittaker
- Don Veca
- Hitoshi Oikawa - Sound programmer for Japanese branch.
- Kevin Pickell
- Michael Bartlow
- Miles Ludwig (Under contract from Children's Television Workshop.)
- Naoki Kitamoto - Sound programmer for Japanese branch.
- Peter Durwood (Under contract from Children's Television Workshop.)
- Rob Hubbard
- Spencer Grey (Under contract from Children's Television Workshop.)
- Valerie Vigoda (Under contract from Children's Television Workshop.)