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Takada Masafumi

Masafumi Takada (高田雅史) is a Japanese video game music composer. His most notable works are the soundtracks for killer7 and No More Heroes. Takada often partners up with musician and guitar player Fukuda Jun, and has produced five soundtracks for Suda51.

In 2007, Takada was one of 36 composers to provide music for Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Takada chose to arrange renditions of "Ending (Yoshi's Story)", "Lip's Theme (Panel de Pon), "Marionation Gear", and "Shin Onigashima" for the game.

Starting in 2006, Masafumi Takada has also contributed tracks in Konami's music simulation series beatmania IIDX, with a track appearing in each installment of the series' home console releases since HAPPY SKY. He remixed "QUANTUM TELEPORTATION", for Toshiyuki Kakuta's 電人K album, which was released on May 29, 2008.

After departing Grasshopper Manufacture in 20XX, Takada formed his own independent studio, Sound Prestige Records. The studio has since provided the music for Danganronpa and its sequel, Super Danganronpa 2, as well as Zangeki no REGINLEIV. Takada also featured as a composer and arranger on the Kid Icarus: Uprising soundtrack.

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

Year

Soundtrack

Position

1998

Epica Stella Original Soundtrack

Composer, arranger

1999

Promise of Smiles ~ Seiyuu Heroine Vocal Collection

Composer, arranger

Neko Zamurai Original Soundtrack

Composer, recording engineer

2001

The Silver #01 STRUCTURE

Composer

water ~For Relaxing Time~1

Composer, arranger

2003

shine ~For High Time~2

Composer, arranger

2004

michigan ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK

Composer, arranger

2005

killer7 Original Soundtrack

Composer

2006

SAMURAI CHAMPLOO Rhythm Track CD

Composer, arranger

SAMURAI CHAMPLOO ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK

Composer, arranger

GOD TRACKS!3

Composer, arranger

The Silver #01 Structure

Composer, arranger

The Silver #02 DESTRUCTOR

Composer

2007

The Silver #02 + PARADE

Composer, arranger

beatmania IIDX 14 GOLD ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK

Composer, arranger

Biohazard: The Umbrella Chronicles Original Soundtrack4

Composer, arranger

2008

No More Heroes Original Sound Tracks

Composer

No More Heroes Sound Tracks: Dark Side

Composer, arranger, performer

beatmania IIDX 15 DJ TROOPERS Original Soundtrack

Composer

The Outer Rim

Composer

Denjin K

Arranger

The virgin child makes her wish without feeling anything

Composer

2009

H.M.T.A.2 - Hyper Moe Trance Ayane 2

Arranger

beatmania IIDX CS collection

Composer

2010

Zangeki no REGINLEIV LIMITED SOUNDTRACK -Shinwa no Senritsu

Composer

GUWANGE Arrange Album + Original Sound Track

Arranger

VANQUISH ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK

Composer

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Original Soundtrack

Composer, arranger

DANGAN RONPA!! ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK

Composer

2011

Akumajo Dracula Tribute Vol.1

Arranger

DANGANRONPA Original Soundtrack

Composer

BIOHAZARD SOUND CHRONICLE II

Composer, arranger

DANGANRONPA Rearrange Soundtrack & Original Drama CD

Composer

2012

Shin Hikari Shinwa: Palutena no Kagami Music Selection

Composer

SUPER DANGANRONPA 2 SOUNDTRACK + CAST COMMENT

Composer, arranger

Shin Hikari Shinwa Palutena no Kagami Original Soundtrack

Composer, arranger

SUPER DANGANRONPA 2 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK

Composer

RE:DANGANRONPA ~SUPER DANGANRONPA bitbitbit TKD Remix~

Composer, arranger


1,2 With Shingo Yasumoto, credited as Torn
3 With Jun Fukuda, credited to Grasshopper Manufacture on disc
4 With Jun Fukuda, credited as ghm sound team


Video Game SoundtracksEdit

Year

Game

System

Position

1996

Tsuribaka Nisshi

PS1

Composer, arranger

Ranma 1/2: Battle Renaissance

PS1

Composer, arranger

2Tax Gold*

SAT

Composer, arranger

1997

Moonlight Syndrome*

PS1

Composer, arranger

1998

Vanguard Bandits*[1]

PS1

Composer, arranger

Mikagura Shoujo Tanteidan*

PS1

Vocals arranger

Air Boarder 64*

N64

Composer, arranger

1999

Remote Control Dandy*

PS1

Sound support

Neko Zamurai*

PS1

Composer, arranger

The Silver Case

PS1, PSN

Composer, arranger

2001

Flower, Sun, and Rain

PS2

Composer, arranger

2002

Robot Alchemic Drive[2]

PS2

Composer, arranger

2003

Monster Attack[3]

PS2

Composer, arranger

Shining Soul II

GBA

Composer, arranger

2004

Michigan: Report from Hell

PS2

Composer, arranger

God Hand

PS2, PSN

Composer, arranger

Tetsujin 28-Go

PS2

Composer, arranger

Steel Battalion: Line of Contact[4]

XBOX

Composer, arranger

2005

killer7

GC, PS2

Composer, arranger

The Silver Case: 25 Ward

Mobile Phone

Composer, arranger

2006

Global Defence Force[5]

PS2

Composer, arranger

Samurai Champloo: Sidetracked

PS2

Composer, arranger

Global Defence Force: Tactics[6]

PS2

Composer, arranger

Blood+ One Night Kiss

PS2

Composer, arranger

Contact

DS

Composer, arranger

Chou Soujuu Mecha MG

DS

Composer, arranger

Earth Defense Force 2017[7]

360

Composer, arranger

2007

Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles[8]

Wii

Composer, arranger

No More Heroes

Wii

Composer, arranger

2008

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Wii

Arranger

Flower, Sun, and Rain: Murder and Mystery in Paradise

DS

Composer, arranger

Fatal Frame IV

Wii

Composer, arranger

2009

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle

Wii

Composer, arranger

Infinite Space

DS

Composer, arranger

Vanquish

360, PS3

Composer

Zangeki no REGINLEIV

Wii

Composer

2010

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

PSP

Composer

2011

Kid Icarus: Uprising[9]

3DS

Composer

2012

Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair

PSP

Composer

2013
Earth Defense Force 2025
Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Playstation 4
Composer
2014
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
3DS, Wii U
Arranger
Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls
PS Vita
Composer
The Evil Within
Several
Composer


Entries marked with * produced by Human Entertainment.
Entries marked with produced by Grasshopper Manufacture.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Known as Epica Stella in Japan.
  2. Known as Gigantic Drive in Japan.
  3. Known as Simple 2000 Series Vol. 31: The Chikyuu Boueigun in Japan.
  4. Known as Tekki Taisen in Japan.
  5. Known as Simple 2000 Series Vol. 81: The Chikyuu Boueigun 2 in Japan.
  6. Known as Simple 2000 Series Vol. 103: The Chikyuu Boueigun Tactics in Japan.
  7. Known as Chikyuu Boueigun 3 in Japan.
  8. Known as Biohazard: The Umbrella Chronicles in Japan.
  9. Known as Shin Hikari Shinwa: Palutena no Kagami in Japan.

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