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  1. Yasunori Mitsuda - Wikipedia

    Yasunori Mitsuda (光田 康典, Mitsuda Yasunori, born January 21, 1972) is a Japanese composer, musician, and sound producer. He is best known for his work in video games, primarily for the Chrono, Xeno, Shadow Hearts, and Inazuma Eleven franchises, among various others.

  2. Yasunori Mitsuda – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

    Yasunori Mitsuda (光田 康典 Mitsuda Yasunori?, 21 de janeiro de 1972) é um compositor, designer de som, e músico do Japão.

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  4. Yasunori Mitsuda - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Yasunori Mitsuda (光田 康典 Mitsuda Yasunori, Tokuyama, Prefectura de Yamaguchi, 21 de enero de 1971) es un compositor y músico japonés, más conocido por sus bandas sonoras para películas y videojuegos.

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  5. Yasunori Mitsuda - Wikipedia

    Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Yasunori Mitsuda (Tokuyama, 21 gennaio 1972) è un compositore giapponese di musica per videogiochi. Ha lavorato come tecnico del suono per Final Fantasy V, Romancing SaGa 2, Secret of Mana e come compositore per Chrono Trigger, Xenogears, Chrono Cross ed altri videogiochi.

  6. Yasunori Mitsuda — Wikipédia

    Yasunori Mitsuda est un compositeur de musique, né le 21 janvier 1972 à Tokuyama (), connu notamment pour ses bandes-son de jeu vidéo.D'abord employé chez Square Co., pour qui il a composé notamment les bandes-son de Chrono Trigger et Xenogears, Mitsuda est par la suite devenu indépendant.

  7. Kirite - Wikipedia

    Kirite (キ リ テ), officially typeset kiЯitɘ (see album art), is a 2005 album composed by Yasunori Mitsuda based on The Five Seasons of Kirite, a story by Masato Kato.

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    • May 18, 2005
  8. Yasunori Mitsuda – Wikipedia

    Yasunori Mitsuda (光田 康典), född 21 januari 1972, är en japansk tonsättare och musiker, främst känd för sin TV-spelsmusik.

  9. Radical Dreamers - Wikipedia

    The music of Radical Dreamers was written by composer Yasunori Mitsuda, who scored Chrono Trigger and later Chrono Cross. During this time, Mitsuda was listening to Russian folk music, and used this style in the music for Radical Dreamers. He wrote the score in a very relaxed style, which he felt produced his best work at that time.

  10. Yasunori Mitsuda | Chrono Wiki | Fandom
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    Mitsuda was born in Tokuyama, Japan, and raised in Kumage District. He took piano lessons as a child, but he was more interested in sports and never took music seriously. He also got interested in PCs at an early age, and he taught himself to program simple songs and games. While in high school, Mitsuda rediscovered music, inspired by Vangelis' Blade Runner and Henry Mancini's The Pink Panther film scores. After high school, he moved to Tokyo and attended the Junior College of Music. Despite the school's low prestige, Mitsuda received solid instruction from his professors, most of them practicing musicians who would take Mitsuda to gigs with them to help carry and set up equipment. At the cost of being used for free physical labor, Mitsuda got a first-hand view of the Japanese music world and valuable training both in and out of the classroom. Veteran Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu showed Mitsuda an advertisement for an opening in the music department at the software game deve...

    Although his official job title was "composer", Mitsuda found himself working more as a sound engineer. In 1994, he gave Square's vice president, Hironobu Sakaguchi, an ultimatum: let him compose, or he would quit. Sakaguchi assigned the young musician to the team working on Chrono Trigger. Mitsuda was allowed to compose the majority of the tracks for the game under the watchful eye of Uematsu, in the end arranging fifty-four tracks with Uematsu composing the remaining ten, having Noriko Matsuedaassist him with one. The Chrono Trigger soundtrack proved extremely popular with fans. Mitsuda revealed in 2004 that Uematsu offered to help him on the soundtrack after he developed a stomach ulcer due to his working so hard. Following Chrono Trigger, Mitsuda composed the soundtrack for Front Mission: Gun Hazard, again with Uematsu. According to Uematsu, Mitsuda worked so much that he eventually defecated blood out of stress and physical problems. Following Chrono Trigger, Mitsuda also compo...

    Hanjuku Hero: Aa, Sekaiyo Hanjukunare...! (1992)
    Final Fantasy V (1992)
    The 7th Saga (1993)
    Secret of Mana (1993)

    Video game soundtracks

    Arranger 1. Mega Man Legends 2 (2000) 2. Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

    Other works

    Arranger 1. Dark Chronicle Premium Arrange (2004) 2. Rogue Galaxy Premium Arrange (2006)

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