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Latest revision as of 07:04, 27 May 2020

Yasuko Yamada
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Local 山田 靖子 (やまだ やすこ)
Born
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Y. Yamada, Yasu, Devil Yamada

Yasuko Yamada was a Japanese composer who worked for Taito. While working there, she composed the music to a great deal of their arcade games.

Yamada is currently a part of the music group Reeb.

Audio Development

NES

Yasuko used a sequencer.

TG16

Yasuko used a sequencer programmed by someone named Omake KZM.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
19??-??-?? Gamba Star (ARC)
1988-??-?? The New Zealand Story (ARC) Sound Effects
1988-??-?? Operation Thunderbolt (ARC)
1989-??-?? Battle Shark (ARC)
1989-??-?? Don Doko Don (ARC)
1989-??-?? Night Striker (ARC) Sound Effects
1989-??-?? Rambo III (ARC)
1989-??-?? Violence Fight (ARC)
1991-12-?? The Flintstones: The Rescue of Dino & Hoppy (NES)
1992-??-?? Dino Rex (ARC)
1992-??-?? Quiz Jinsei Gekijoh (ARC)
1993-??-?? Crayon Shin-Chan Orato Asobo (ARC)
1993-??-?? Quiz Crayon Shin-Chan (ARC)
1994-??-?? Bubble Symphony (ARC)
1994-12-21 Bust-A-Move (ARC) April Forest (Vs. BGM)
1995-??-?? Bubble Memories (ARC)
1996-??-?? Bust-A-Move Again (ARC)
1997-03-20 Deep Sea Adventure: Kaitei Kyuu Panthalassa no Nazo (PS1)
2000-03-24 Jagainu-kun (GBC) (じゃがいぬくん) Sound
2001-11-29 Abarenbou Princess (PS2)
2005-03-24 Space Invaders Revolution (NDS)
2005-11-24 Bubble Bobble Revolution (NDS)
2005-11-29 Rainbow Islands Revolution (NDS)
2007-05-19 Death Smile (ARC) Sound Effects
2008-05-22 DoDonpachi Daifukkatsu (ARC) Sound Effects

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