|Lethal Enforcers I & II (1997)||(Sound Library)|
|MTV's Beavis and Butt-Head in Virtual Stupidity (1995)||(Audio Programmer)|
Frank Rebeka is a programmer. He worked in the music industry for Roland R&D Chicago as a software/electronics engineer. While there, he designed the Roland LAPC-1, one of the first high-quality sound cards for the PC. The introduction of the LAPC-1 was so significant to the PC industry that in 1989, it won the prestigious PC Magazine Technical Excellence Award in the Entertainment/After Hours category.
In 1994, Frank went to work at Viacom New Media as an audio programmer. He designed sound card drivers for Nickelodeon's "Are You Afraid of the Dark? The Tale of Orpheo's Curse" and MTV's "Club Dead". He received an in game credit as an audio programmer for "Beavis and Butthead in Virtual Stupidity".
Frank went to work for Konami Computer Entertainment in 1995. There, he designed and built a multi-platform sound engine that supported the Sega Saturn, Sony PSX, and 3DO platforms. Although not credited for any of his work at Konami, Frank's sound engine was used in "Bottom of The 9th" for Sega Saturn, "Lethal Enforcers 1&2" for the PSX, and a Konami arcade game, "Simpson's Bowling". Frank also developed audio tools that were used in "Broken Helix" for the Playstation.
Frank exited the game industry in 1999 and now works for Zebra Technologies Corp. (www.zebra.com) as an embedded systems firmware engineer.
Last updated: Jun 24, 2003