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  1. Kenichi Tsuchiya (土屋憲一) is a video game composer. He has worked on Megami Tensei series (particularly on its spin-off, the Persona series).

  2. 福田考代 (Chikayo Fukuda) is a Japanese composer that has composed soundtracks for the Original .hack games, the new .hack/G.U. games, as well as…

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  4. Tomoya Ohtani (大谷智哉, Ootani Tomoya, born on July 1, 1974 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese videogame music composer working for SEGA. He is best…

  5. Ryota Kozuka (小塚良太) is a composer and sound designer currently employed at ATLUS. He is scheduled to provide compositions for the upcoming Shin…

  6. Hideki Sakamoto is the representative director of the Tokyo videogame music studio Noisycroak. He composed the classical music score to the…

  7. Kenichi Tokoi (Kanji: 床井健一) is a Japanese video game music composer. His works include the soundtracks for Phantasy Star Online, Space Channel 5…

  8. Jun Senoue (瀬上純) (born August 2, 1970 in Matsushima, Miyagi, Miyagi Prefecture, Tōhoku, Japan) is a video game composer and musician, well known…

  9. Akihiro Honda (本田晃弘, Honda Akihiro) is a video game composer from Japan working for Konami. He composed music for games like Z.O.E. ZONE OF THE…

  10. Ryo Sakai (酒井良, Sakai Ryo, born in 1968) is a Japanese composer best known for his compositions for the キノの旅 (Kino no Tabi) TV series, although…

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