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Daisuke Shiiba is a Japanese video game composer who worked for Nintendo SPD between 2005 and 2013, in games like English Training and Tomodachi Collection.

History

Before joining the company, Shiiba composed some of the default MIDI music for ASCII's RPG Maker 2003 game creation engine.

In 2005, he joined Nintendo SPD, where he was put in charge of composing for various projects. One of those was the WiiWare title MaBoShi: The Three Shape Arcade where he not only did the soundtrack (along with Johan Krafft from Logic Bomb), but also the sound effects. Micky G. Albert, the president of Mindware Corp. and developer of the game, explained that they gave the composer many suggestions to improve the soundtrack, and that he did very well. His first song for the game was Bar None. Not only did he create many of the songs, though he also redid each one when the player downloaded the games onto their Nintendo DS to make it have a sort of retro feel to it.

Some of Shiiba's other work for Nintendo includes soundtrack contributions to titles such us English Training, Fossil Fighters, and Swapnote.

In 2013, Shiiba left Nintendo and became a freelance composer. Since then he has composed music for some PC games like Principia Perfectus.

Production History

Special Thanks

Song Credits

Maboshi's Arcade

  • Bar None -- Composition & Arrangement[1]

Tomodachi Collection

  • Friend Registration -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • In the Room -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • The Island at Noon -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • The Island at Night -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • News Flash -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • Clothing Store -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • Interior Shop -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • Let's Play Together -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • Mood Ballad: Ame no Toba Kaidou -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • J-POP: Kimi no Atarashi Sora -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • Confession Failure -- Composition (w/Asuka Ito), Arrangement (w/Asuka Ito)[2]
  • Music Box: Friend Registration -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • Street Corner Live: Heartwarming Folk Dance-ish -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • Travel: Kyoto -- Composition & Arrangement[2]
  • Staff Credit -- Composition & Arrangement[2]

Excitebike: World Rally

  • Main Menu -- Arrangement
  • Start Your Engines! -- Arrangement
  • Kyoto -- Arrangement
  • Canada -- Composition & Arrangement
  • London -- Arrangement
  • Madrid -- Composition & Arrangement
  • Fiji -- Composition & Arrangement
  • Mexico -- Composition & Arrangement
  • Paris -- Arrangement
  • China -- Composition & Arrangement
  • New York -- Arrangement
  • Race Results -- Composition & Arrangement
  • Credits -- Composition (w/Akito Nakatsuka), Arrangement
  • Training Menu -- Composition & Arrangement
  • Race Replay -- Composition & Arrangement
  • Track Editor -- Arrangement

Swapnote

  • 3DS Menu -- Composition & Arrangement
  • Main Theme -- Composition & Arrangement
  • Main Theme (Slideshow) -- Composition & Arrangement

Interviews

External links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2008/10/mindware_interview_part_2_maboshi_the_three_shape_arcade
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 https://megalodon.jp/2012-0111-1957-49/www.tosiyas.com/yauction/details/v223731037.html
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