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  • Nobuooo October '09 - Highest Voted Items

    7 Nov 2009, 01:18 by jeriaska

    It's time again for a rundown of the highest voted and most read news stories on videogame music posted to the Nobuooo website.

    October 2009 saw continued coverage of the Tokyo Game Show and Persona Live in Velvet Room concert in Japan. Original soundtrack albums for Muramasa: The Demon Blade and Tekken 6 were announced. It was a good month for chip music as well, with debuts for Chiptuned Rockman, Wanna Hld Yr Handheld, and the Bit.Trip Beat soundtrack.

    News

    Muramasa soundtrack announced

    Basiscape will be publishing an original soundtrack album for Muramasa on December 16 in Japan. The three-CD item will include an art booklet and original cover illustration, which is now viewable online. Sound producer for the game score is Hitoshi Sakimoto, composer on Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy XII.

    http://nobuooo.com/item/6329

    Persona Music, Live in Shinjuku - An Audio Report

    Gamasutra visits Persona Music Live at Wel City, Tokyo…
  • Nobuooo 12.08 Top Stories

    30 Jan 2009, 21:15 by jeriaska

    Below is a selection from among the top-rated and most viewed news stories on videogame music posted to the Nobuooo website for December of 2008. Enjoy.



    Video

    Nobuooo 12.08 Update

    The ninth episode in a monthly video series. Kenley of Into the Score, the only podcast solely devoted to the academic study of game music, offers a preview of what's to come in 2009. Cheba of the Brazilian game arrangement band 8 Bit Instrumental introduces album The Number of the Bit. Finally, info on six interviews with videogame musicians performing at the EXTRA Hyper Game Music Event in Tokyo.

    http://nobuooo.com/item/5196

    News

    Into the Score, Episode 24 - Live at the Chaos Theatre

    In the most recent episode of "Into the Score" (the only podcast solely devoted to the academic study of video game music), we dive into 1995's "EarthBound", scored by Keiichi Suzuki and Hirokazu "Hip" Tanaka! We look at how "EB" broke the mould of traditional RPGs…