Eric Hammond

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Eric Hammond
Birth Place
Nationality American   USA.svg
Aliases Audio Cyber-Factory, Audiocyberworks

Eric Hammond is an American composer and sound designer. He may be related to the video game musician Gary Hammond. He is the owner of an audio production company Audio Cyber-Factory, which he ran from 1991 to 1994, when he left to start out Jumpin Jack Software.

Music Development


For the LucasArts games that he worked on, Hammond used a sound driver written by David Warhol.

Genesis / Mega Drive

Hammond used GEMS.


Hammond used Sculptured Software's BMus driver. Like his Genesis music, he must entered into MIDI files.


Released Title Sample Notes
1982-??-?? Marauder (A2) Composer?
1982-??-?? Marauder (A8) Composer?
1988-??-?? Battlehawks 1942 (AMI)
1989-??-?? Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (DOS) AdLib
1990-??-?? JetFighter II (DOS) AdLib
1990-??-?? Loom (AMI)
1990-??-?? Loom (DOS)
1990-??-?? Loom (MAC)
1992-??-?? Pro Quarterback (GEN)
1992-12-?? Pro Quarterback (SNES)
1993-??-?? Joe Montana's NFL Football (SCD) Sound Programmer
1993-??-?? Racing Aces (SCD)
1993-??-?? Cliffhanger (GEN)
1993-12-04 Cliffhanger (SCD)
1994-02-?? Sports Illustrated: Championship Football & Baseball (SNES)
1994-??-?? BattleTech (GEN) Sound Effects
1995-10-?? MechWarrior 3050 (SNES) (バトルテック3050) Arranged by Brian Schmidt.


In Sports Illustrated: Championship Football & Baseball (SNES), he is credited as his employer, Audio-Cyber Factory.