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Takeharu Ishimoto (石元 丈晴 Ishimoto Takeharu?) is a Japanese video game composer, synthesizer programmer, and musician currently working at Square Enix. He first worked as a synthesizer programmer before becoming a composer. His first work as a composer is the PlayStation 2 soccer game World Fantasista. More recently, he has been working as one of the composers for the Final Fantasy series. He is also a member of the Japanese musical group Sawa.

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  • JCTHEDUDE

    I want to start an electronic band called A¼ L•v, because this is my favorite mistag

    21 Oct 2012 Reply
  • VolcanoColdplay

    WTF, you need some Unicode.

    2 Jun 2012 Reply
  • xolin11

    The correct artist is 石元丈晴

    28 Jun 2011 Reply
  • soranoai

    the composser is Takeharu Ishimoto (A¼ L•v)

    2 Nov 2010 Reply
  • SuppKidd

    it just looked unusually weird on my computer, that's all i was saying ;) so do the track names. there's a lot of symbols that i've never seen before ¯\(º_o)/¯

    24 Jun 2010 Reply
  • Station78

    This is actually the name of their band...?

    10 May 2010 Reply
  • Poskito

    wow

    28 Dec 2009 Reply
  • GriefPlay

    lmfao

    19 Nov 2009 Reply
  • SuppKidd

    so then.. this isn't labeled wrong? .-. i kind of assumed it was because my computer doesn't read kanji-- it just looks like little boxes with numbers in it... but i have a lot of music like that, and none of it looks quite as retarded as this label. xD;; but it appears to be legit...?

    19 Nov 2009 Reply

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