Alex Rudis

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Alex Rudis
Lx Rudis - 01.jpg
Born 19??
Birth Place California
Nationality American   USA.svg
Aliases Arudis
Bϋgsϋk
Lx Rudis

Alex Rudis (better known as Lx Rudis) is an American video game composer and sound designer. He worked at Atari.

Music Composition

NES

Alex used a tracker-like program on the NES created by David O'Riva.

GEN

Alex used GEMS.

SNES

Alex used the SLICK/Audio sound engine by Bitmasters.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1989-??-?? Blue Lightning (LYNX)
1989-??-?? Chip's Challenge (LYNX)
1989-??-?? Klax (LYNX)
1990-??-?? Chip's Challenge (CPC) Arranged by David Whittaker.
1990-??-?? Chip's Challenge (ZXS) Arranged by David Whittaker.
1990-??-?? Klax (NES)
With David O'Riva.
1990-??-?? Ms. Pac-Man (LYNX)
1991-??-?? Hard Drivin' (GEN) With Lisa Ching and Don Diekneite.
1991-??-?? Rampart (LYNX)
1991-??-?? Todd's Adventures in Slime World (GEN)
1992-01-?? Rampart: Jaleco (NES)
1992-08-?? Rampart (SNES)
1993-??-?? B.O.B. (GEN) (スペースファンキー ビー・オー・ビー) Arranged Michael Bartlow's score.
1993-??-?? Championship Pool (GEN) Sound Effects
1993-11-?? Championship Pool (SNES) Sound Effects
1993-11-01 Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy (JAG)
1993-10-?? The Incredible Crash Dummies (GEN)
1995-09-?? Scooby-Doo Mystery (GEN) With Mark Miller and Kurt Harland.
Unreleased Hard Drivin' (NES)

Aliases

Rudis was often credited as "LX Rudis". Per word of Rudis, "LX" was the name of his ex-wife.

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