Hiroshi Kubota

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Hiroshi Kubota
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Local 保田久 (くぼた ひろし)
Born October 10, 1965 (Age 46)
Birth Place Kitakyushu-shi, Fukuoka, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Jimita, H. Kubota
Website jimita.com

Hiroshi Kubota is a Japanese composer, arranger, sound designer, and keyboardist who worked for Sega. He uses the handle "Jimita" which is Japanese for "Wild". He retired following his sound programming work on Ristar (GEN), and would later become ill in the early 2000's.

Music Composition

GEN

Hiroshi wrote his own sound driver and wrote the music in assembly on a PC-98 computer. Then the music was assembled on the Genesis. Along with Tokuhiko Uwabo, Hiroshi's sound driver was used by many third party Japanese developers.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1990-02-24 Sorcerian (SMD) (ソーサリアン)
1990-08-24 Michael Jackson's Moonwalker (GEN) (マイケルジャクソン ムーンウォーカー)
1991-06-17 Advanced Daisenryaku (SMD) (アドバンスド大戦略)
1991-06-23 Sonic the Hedgehog (GEN) Sound Program
1992-11-20 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (GEN) Sound Assistant
1992-??-?? Kiss Shot (SMD) (キスショット)
1993-04-23 Panic! (MCD) (スイッチ)
1994-04-23 Formula One World Championship: Beyond the Limit (MCD) (ヘブンリー シンフォニー フォーミュラーワン ワールド チャンピオンシップ 1993) Sound Programmer
1995-02-15 Ristar (GEN) (リスター・ザ・シューティングスター) Sound Program

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