David Javelosa

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David Javelosa
David Javelosa - 01.jpg
Born Unknown
Birth Place USA
Nationality American   USA.svg
Aliases Dave Javelosa

David Javelosa is an American composer and sound designer who was a part of the Sega America sound team. Some of his best known contributions are the music for the USA version of the Sega CD BIOS and themes for Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine.

Music Development

GEN

David created MIDI files and converted them to GEMS. For Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine, he composed MIDI files which he sent to the game developers in Sega Japan. David previously stated he composed the two-player music. However, as there is only one track exclusive to the game's two-player mode, and that track is a variation of "Final of Puyo Puyo" from the original Puyo Puyo, he was mistaken and actually composed other tracks. He later revealed the tracks he composed, which are all of the tracks that were not reused from Puyo Puyo. He has admitted that the unused title music (in turn with the 3rd stage theme) was an arrangement of Kraftwerk's "Home Computer"

He has also used other sound engines, such as a custom sound engine for 668 Attack Sub, and Novotrade's sound engine.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1991-??-?? 688 Attack Sub (GEN)
1991-10-17 Spider-Man (GEN) (スパイダーマン)
1992-10-15 Sega CD BIOS (SCD)
1993-08-26 Jurassic Park (SCD) (ジュラシック・パーク)
1993-11-26 Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine (GEN)
1994-08-25 Ecco: The Tides of Time (GEN) (エコー・ザ・ドルフィン2)
1995-09-15 AAAHH!!! Real Monsters (GEN)
1996-01-01 Pocahontas (GEN) Production Support
1996-??-?? Tales from the Crypt (PC)
1997-09-30 Armored Fist 2: M1A2 Abrams (DOS)
1998-11-24 Milo's Astro Lanes (N64)
1999-??-?? Tommy Thunder (PS1) Unreleased

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