Yoshiaki Inose

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Yoshiaki Inose
Yoshiaki Inose - 1.jpg
Local 猪瀬 祥希 (いのせ よしあき)
Born April 22, 1966
Birth Place Sumida-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Y. Inose, Noise

Yoshiaki Inose is a Japanese video game programmer that worked for Tecmo. He also designed one of the first sound drivers used at Tecmo for their NES games. Coincidentally, his family name is a mixture of the letters that spell out "Noise", which was an alias he used.

Inose currently works at Personal Happiness Co., Ltd.

Music Development

NES

Yoshiaki never actually composed music. However, he programmed a sound driver that was used by Keiji Yamagishi, Mikio Saito, Michiharu Hasuya, and Tsukasa Masuko. The music was written in 6502 assembly.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1986-04-24 Mighty Bomb Jack (NES) (マイティーボンブジャック) Sound Driver
1986-11-11 Super Star Force: Jikuureki no Himitsu (FC) (スーパースターフォース 時空暦の秘密) Sound Driver
1987-07-30 Chester Field: Ankoku Kami e no Chousen (FC) (チェスター・フィールド 暗黒神への挑戦) Sound Driver
1987-09-18 Tsuppari Oozumou (FC) (つっぱり大相撲) Sound Driver

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