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Ken Lagace

Also Known As

  • Ken Legacy

Game Credits

Audio

Civilization II (Multiplayer Gold Edition) (1998)   (Sound Design)
Sid Meier's Civilization II (1996)   (Sound Design)
Across the Rhine (1995)   (Sound)
Virtual Karts (1995)   (Sound Management)
Dragonsphere (1994)   (Sound Department Manager)
Sid Meier's Colonization (1994)   (Music Composition and Arranging)
Fleet Defender (1994)   (Sound Department)
NFL Coaches Club Football (1993)   (Sound)
Pirates! Gold (1993)   (Music / Sound Programming)
Return of the Phantom (1993)   (Sound Programming)
Darklands (1992)   (Music / Sound Programming)
F-117A Stealth Fighter (1992)   (Sound)
F-15 Strike Eagle III (1992)   (Sound Department)
Rex Nebular and the Cosmic Gender Bender (1992)   (Sound Programming)
Sid Meier Triple Game Pack (1992)   (Original IBM Sound & Music Programming)
F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter 2.0 (1991)   (Sound)
Gunship 2000 (1991)   (Sound and Music Programming)
Hyperspeed (1991)   (Music / Sound Programming)
Sid Meier's Civilization (1991)   (Original IBM Sound Effects)
Command H.Q. (1990)   (Apple Macintosh Sound by)
Knights of the Sky (1990)   (Music)
Lightspeed (1990)   (Sound)
Sid Meier's Covert Action (1990)   (Music / Sound Programming)
Sid Meier's Railroad Tycoon (1990)   (Apple Macintosh Sound by)
F-15 Strike Eagle II (1989)   (Sound)
M1 Tank Platoon (1989)   (Sound Effects)
Sword of the Samurai (1989)   (Sound)
Red Storm Rising (1988)   (IBM Sound Effects)
Airborne Ranger (1987)   (Sound)
F-19 Stealth Fighter (1987)   (Sound)
Sid Meier's Pirates! (1987)   (Sound)
Gunship (1986)   (Sound Programming)
F-15 Strike Eagle (1984)   (Music)
 

Thanks

Knights of the Sky (1990)   (Special Thanks To)
 


Developer Biography

Ken Lagace began his videogame music career as a composer for MicroProse in 1986 and ended it about ten years later, still composing music for the company. He graduated music school with a performance degree in 1960. He then joined the US Coast Guard Band because of the Cuban missile crisis. He later taught music at a university and he played in an orchestra for 23 years. Lagace eventually wound up becoming a computer programmer, which he did for 20 years. He is now is a photographer.

Last updated: Nov 02, 2012