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1. Posted: Tue 25th Aug 2009 23:13 BST
Yasunori Mitsuda, Nobuo Uematsu, Yoko Shimomura, Mari Yamaguchi, Jun Ishikawa, Hirokazo Ando, Koji Kondo, Miyoki Kobayashi & Masanori Hikichi (both Terranigma).
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2. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 06:44 BST
The guys at Sonic Picnic do good work (e.g. Toki Tori, Swords & Soldiers).
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3. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 06:47 BST
Motoi Sakuraba (Baten Kaitos, several Tales games, Golden Sun)Koji Kondo (duh!)Yoko Shimomura (Mario & Luigi series, Kingdom Hearts)
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4. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 06:56 BST
The composer who made Sparkster's theme song.
5. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 06:59 BST
Nobuo Uematsuall those castlevania games composers
6. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 08:05 BST
Chris Hülsbeck. He is a game music composer from germany, born '68. He has written soundtracks for more than 70 titles. He composed great soundtracks for C64 and Amiga games.
For example Jinks, Bad Cat, To Be On Top, Katakis, The Great Giana Sisters (on the C64) or R-Type, Turrican 1-3, X-Out, Rock 'n' Roll, Ballblazer, Apidya (on Amiga).
He became soon the nickname "Magician of Sound". Rightly. I personally love especially the Amiga title soundtrack from R-Type. It always sends a shiver down my spine.
Edited on Wed 26th August, 2009 @ 08:26 by Omega
7. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:09 BST
Nayofumi Hataya and Tomoko Sazaki.
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8. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:13 BST
Probably getting a Vita with LBP soon...
9. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:16 BST
Nobuo Uematsu is probably my favorite, but I like this new guy Sean Beeson that did the Mecho Wars and Eternity's Child soundtracks. Reminds me a bit of Danny Elfman.
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10. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:17 BST
Like my friend lz, I have a soft spot in my heart for Motoi Sakuraba, since he did the soundtracks for a few of my favorite games of all time. Both Golden Sun games and the Tales games Symphonia and Phantasia have some of my favorite music ever, and I'm listening to the soudtrack for Golden Sun: The Lost Age as I write, I love it that much.
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11. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:18 BST
Reminds me a bit of Danny Elfman.
U mean God of movie/tv theme songs I LOVE HIS WORK!!!
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12. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:19 BST
You shouldn't have done that.
13. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:19 BST
I agree, I love Elfman's stuff. Heck I even like Oingo Boingo.
14. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:24 BST
Anyway, I like the composer of the Kingdom Hearts series, Yoko Shimomura
15. Posted: Wed 26th Aug 2009 23:35 BST
Hmm... I knew nobody would notice if I just threw in a fake name I just invented But actually my favorite composer is Kōji Kondō.
Edited on Wed 26th August, 2009 @ 23:37 by Roopa132