Seiji Toda

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Seiji Toda
Seiji Toda - 3.jpg
Local 戸田 誠司 (とだ せいじ)
Born 1958-03-04 (Age 62)
Birth Place Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases S. Toda, Fairchild, Bandit Fairchild
Website thereshegoes.jp

Seiji Toda was born on March 4th, 1958. Toda attended the Chuo University, and since 1983, has been working professionally in music. He is known for his modern sound and melancholy lyrics. In the late 1980s and early 1990s he worked for Pony Canyon, Inc. and composed music for some of their games. Since then he has been in a few bands including Shi-Shonen, REALFISH, and Fairchild. In 2006 he released his second solo album. Toda continues to make music with various collaborators and can be found on iTunes. Seiji likes to play the guitar.

Music Composition

NES

For Pool of Radiance, Seiji wrote the music in Music Macro Language using Marionette's sound driver which was programmed by Hironari Tadokoro. Seiji probably also used the same method for Ultima: Quest of the Avatar (NES), using a sound driver by Hiroshi Yamazaki.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1989-09-20 Ultima: Quest of the Avatar (NES)
1989-10-?? Heroes of the Lance (PC98) (ヒーローズ・オブ・ザ・ランス)
1989-12-21 Pool of Radiance (PC98) (プール・オブ・レイディアンス)
1990-??-?? Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (SMS)
1991-??-?? Heroes of the Lance (MSX2) (ヒーローズ・オブ・ザ・ランス)
1991-03-15 Drakkhen (PC98) (ドラッケン)
1991-03-21 Hillsfar (NES)
1991-06-28 Pool of Radiance (NES) (プール・オブ・レイディアンス)
1991-09-06 Drakkhen (X68) (ドラッケン)
1994-12-16 Motor Toon Grand Prix (PS1) (モータートゥーン・グランプリ)
1996-05-24 Motor Toon Grand Prix (PS1) (モータートゥーン・グランプリ2)
1998-12-17 Fighting Eyes (PS1)
2013-11-21 Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (X360) (ライトニング リターンズ ファイナルファンタジーXIII) Arranger
2013-11-21 Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (PS3) (ライトニング リターンズ ファイナルファンタジーXIII) Arranger
2017-03-29 Final Fantasy XV: Episode Gladiolus (PS4) Special Thanks

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