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The Japanese version of Tecmo World Wrestling credits スーパー サウンド マシーン 2ごう (Super Sound Machine No. 2). This is probably what the sound team used for their games. There were a few sound drivers developed at Tecmo. One was by [[Yoshiaki Inose]], another by [[Michiharu Hasuya]], and one by [[Keiji Yamagishi]]. Each of these drivers would have been written in 6502 assembly and probably used a custom [[Music Macro Language]] for creating music and sound effects.
 
The Japanese version of Tecmo World Wrestling credits スーパー サウンド マシーン 2ごう (Super Sound Machine No. 2). This is probably what the sound team used for their games. There were a few sound drivers developed at Tecmo. One was by [[Yoshiaki Inose]], another by [[Michiharu Hasuya]], and one by [[Keiji Yamagishi]]. Each of these drivers would have been written in 6502 assembly and probably used a custom [[Music Macro Language]] for creating music and sound effects.

Revision as of 16:42, 3 February 2015

Tecmo
Tecmo.svg
Founded 1967
Headquarters Japan
Other Names
  • Tekhan

Tecmo (テクモ株式会社) is a Japanese game developer that has produced many known titles, including the Tecmo Bowl and Ninja Gaiden series.


Music Development

NES

The Japanese version of Tecmo World Wrestling credits スーパー サウンド マシーン 2ごう (Super Sound Machine No. 2). This is probably what the sound team used for their games. There were a few sound drivers developed at Tecmo. One was by Yoshiaki Inose, another by Michiharu Hasuya, and one by Keiji Yamagishi. Each of these drivers would have been written in 6502 assembly and probably used a custom Music Macro Language for creating music and sound effects.


Audio Personnel

These composers worked at Tecmo:


Links