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Yasunori Mitsuda (光田 康典 Mitsuda Yasunori, born January 21, 1972) is a Japanese composer, sound designer, and musician. He is best known for his work for developer Squaresoft (now Square Enix), having composed the scores for their role-playing video games Chrono Trigger (1995), its sequel Chrono Cross (1999), and Xenogears (1998). A self-affirmed minimalist, Mitsuda's influences include jazz, classical, and Asian (Indian…

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  • The thing about video game music, though, gorgeous and heart-swelling as it often is, is that the best road of access *is* through the game, when you can hear these songs on loops for minutes and minutes at a time, repeatedly, in the context they were made for. So yeah, sharing it is not easy.
  • Play it on long car rides when they have no choice but to listen to it all the way through?
  • How do you explain to your non-gamer friends/loved ones that the Chrono Cross OST isn't just the best game soundtrack of all time, but one of the best albums ever in general? How do you share this beauty with them? Frustrating.
  • Love his contribution to Terra Battle
  • Between him and Uematsu and Koji Kondo and David Wise... I just don't know who is better lol
  • LOVE the OST from Book of Circus.
  • Life <3
  • Also Chrono Trigger. Peaceful Days is awesome.
  • Chrono Cross! I love the town themes like Arni Village home and another world.
  • The Kuroshitsuji soundtrack is just beautiful.

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