C-lab (株式会社シー・ラボ) is a Japanese game development studio which was founded by Masayoshi Koyama on March 3, 1990. The company has developed games for a wide variety of platforms including computer and console games. Similar to many other game developers in the early days of its game development, the company often went uncredited.
Composers used a sound driver written by someone with the alias Soarer, as shown in Totally Rad (NES). It is thought that this is Masayoshi Koyama. Toshiko Tasaki and Kazuo Sawa were the primary audio developers to use this.
- DSP - Composer (freelance). Alias for Kazuo Sawa.
- Hiroyasu Hoshi - Composer (freelance) for Hayaoshi Quiz: Ouza Ketteisen (GB).
- Kazunaka Yamane - Composer for Keiba Eight Special 2 (SFC).
- Hiromi Hirota - Composer for Tower Dream (SFC).
- Juke Hiroi - Composer for Kikuni Masahiko no Jantoushi Doraou (SFC).
- Junichi Saito - Composer (from Sammy) for Mr. Do! (SNES).
- Kazuo Sawa - Composer (freelance).
- Kenichi Arakawa - Composer for Rusty (PC98)
- Koji Morikawa - Composer (from Tokuma Shoten) for Love Quest (SFC).
- "Mya-N" Suzuki - Composer (from Tokuma Shoten) for Love Quest (SFC).
- Masahiro Kajihara - Composer (freelance).
- Masahito Miyamoto - Composer (from C-Dream) for Nakano Kouichi Kanshuu: Keirinou (SFC).
- Masayoshi Koyama - Sound programmer for Game Boy and SNES.
- Nation XII - Composer for Gods: Kami to naru Otoko no Densetsu (PC98).
- Ryu Takami - Composer (freelance) for Rusty (PC98).
- Sizlla Okamura - Composer (freelance?) for Tower Dream (SFC).
- Toshiko Tasaki - Composer.
- Yoshiaki Kenmochi - Sound designer (freelance) for Pyramid Patrol (LA).
- Wataru Ogura - Composer (freelance) for Pyramid Patrol (LA).
- Yoshimi Saito - Composer for Tower Dream (SFC).
- web.archive.org/web/20120520162155/http://www.c-lab.co.jp/ - Official Website (archived).
- mobygames.com/company/c-lab - MobyGames.