Yusuke Takahama is a Japanese composer and sound designer who has been composing music and sound for video games ever since the 90's. He began working at Data East composing music for some of their arcade and console systems. Takahama left Data East somewhere between 1991-1994 and started composing music for Meldac on the SNES and was also working for KID. He also did some game soundtracks for Varie. Then, in 2003, Takahama composed music for Jamsworks. Lately, Takahama has been credited for music in games developed by Sega.
Some of Yusuke's notable works include Kick Master, Dark Lord, and G.I. Joe: The Atlantis Factor.
While working at Data East, Takahama wrote music on the MSX computer using Data East's sound engine created by someone whose last name is Ohgoshi. When he worked at KID, he wrote the music in Music Macro Language using their sound driver which was probably written by Norio Nakagata.
When working at KID, Yusuke wrote the music in Music Macro Language on a PC-98 computer. During the development of Battle Grand Prix, the instruments in the game were taken from his Roland U-220 sound module.