Morey Goldstein was the music composer and sound designer for Strife and other Velocity titles, such as Spectre VR and JetFighter. Both before and after his video game career, he was also a professional saxophone player, singer, song writer, and producer who worked with several disco, pop, and dance bands in the San Francisco area from the mid-seventies onward. He died of a brain tumor on July 5, 2008.
- Sting and The Police played their first US gig as an opening act for Morey's band The Readymades.
- Morey co-wrote and performed the viral Don't Copy That Floppy with his long-time friend and coworker, Velocity founder and CEO Moses Ma, at the behest of the SPA.
- Spectre VR credits (archived 🏛), on which he worked with his wife Katie Guthorn