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{{Infobox Composer
| Name        = Hidehiko Aoki
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| Name        = Hidehito Aoki
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| Local      = 青木 秀仁 (あおき ひでひと)
| Born        = 1970-2002 (Age 32)
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| Picture    = Hidehito_Aoki_-_1.jpg
| BirthPlace  = Unknown
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| Born        = 1970
| Nationality = Japanese
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| Died        = 2002 (Aged 32)
| Flag        = Japan
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| BirthPlace  = Chiba, Japan
| Alias01    = H.Aoki
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| Nationality = Japanese
| Website     = Unknown
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| Flag        = Japan
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| Aliases     = Abusan
 
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Hidehito Aoki was a composer and sound designer from Chiba, Japan. He started working at Atlus in 1989 as a composer, and he ended up working on music and sound effects instead, most notably working on several titles in the popular Megami Tensei series. He even paid a visit to Abbey Road Studios together with Tsukasa Masuko during the production of Shin Megami Tensei II. Aoki left Atlus in 2001 and then worked for Sony Computer Entertainment. Unfortunately, while he was going for a business trip in 2002, his car lost control on an icy mountain road and he fell to his death.
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'''''Hidehito Aoki''''' was a Japanese composer and sound designer from Chiba, Japan. He started working at [[Atlus]] in 1989 as a sound designer, and he ended up working on music and sound effects instead, most notably working on several titles in the popular Megami Tensei series. He even paid a visit to Abbey Road Studios together with [[Tsukasa Masuko]] during the production of Shin Megami Tensei II. Hidehito left Atlus in 2001 and then worked for Sony Computer Entertainment. Unfortunately, while he was on his way to a business trip in 2002, he was driving on an ice-covered mountain, in which his car lost control and he ended up falling to his death.
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==Music Development==
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===NES===
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Wacky Races was the only NES game that Hidehito composed. He wrote the music in [[assembly]] using [[Tsukasa Masuko]]'s sound driver. The composition in that game sounds like [[Paul Webb]]'s.
  
 
==Gameography==
 
==Gameography==
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{| class="wikitable" |
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! Released
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! Title
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! Sample
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| 1991-04-05
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| [[Quiz Marugoto the World (TGCD)]] (クイズまるごとTheワールド プレイ1)
| 1991/??/??
 
| [[Somer Assault (TG16)]]
 
 
|  
 
|  
 
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| 1992/??/??
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| 1991-08-02
| [[Wacky Races (NES)]]
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| [[Amazing Tater (GB)]] (パズルボーイⅡ)
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|
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|-
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| 1991-10-04
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| [[Somer Assault (TG16)]] (メソポタミア)
 
|  
 
|  
 
|-
 
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| 1993/??/??
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| 1991-12-25
| [[Super Widget (SNES)]]
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| [[Wacky Races (NES)]] (チキチキマシン猛レース-)
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|
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|-
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| 1992-02-28
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| [[Jantei Monogatari 2: Uchū Tantei Divan - Shutsudō-hen (TGCD)]] (雀物語2 宇宙探偵ディバン出動篇)
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|
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|-
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| 1992-03-27
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| [[Quiz Marugoto the World II: Time Machine ni Onegai! (TGCD)]]
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| Sound Advisor
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|-
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| 1992-03-27
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| [[Chiki Chiki Machine Mou Race (GB)]] (チキチキマシン猛レース-)
 
|  
 
|  
 
|-
 
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| 1994/01/28
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| 1992-04-24
| [[Majin Tensei (SNES)]]
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| [[Jantei Monogatari 2: Uchū Tantei Divan - Kanketsu-hen (TGCD)]] (雀偵物語2 宇宙探偵ディバン完結編)
 
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| 1996/??/??
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| 1993-09-??
| [[Persona (PSX)]]
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| [[Super Widget (SNES)]]
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| Special Thanks
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|-
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| 1994-01-28
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| [[Majin Tensei (SFC)]] (魔神転生)
 
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|  
 
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| 1998/09/01
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| 1994-10-14
| [[Kartia: The World of Fate (PSX)]]
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| [[Power Instinct (SNES)]] (豪血寺一族)
 
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| 2001/07/28
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| 1995-02-19
| [[Extermination (PS2)]]
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| [[Majin Tensei II: Spiral Nemesis (SFC)]] (魔神転生II SPIRAL NEMESIS)
 
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|  
 
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| 2002/07/19
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| 1995-12-15
| [[Gran Turismo Concept: 2002 Tokyo-Geneva (PS2)]]
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| [[Seijuu Maden: Beasts & Blades (SFC)]] (聖獣魔伝ビースト&ブレイド)
 
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| 2002/10/15
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| 1996-09-20
| [[Wild Arms 3 (PS2)]]
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| [[Persona (PS1)]] (女神異聞録ペルソナ)
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| 1997-11-13
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| [[Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (SS)]] (デビルサマナー ソウル ハッカーズ)
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|-
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| 1998-03-26
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| [[Kartia: The Word of Fate (PS1)]]
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| Sound Effects
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| 1999-04-08
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| [[Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (PS1)]] (デビルサマナー ソウル ハッカーズ)
 
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| 2001-03-08
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| [[Extermination (PS2)]] (エクスターミネーション)
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| Sound Director
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| 2002-03-14
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| [[Wild Arms 3 (PS2)]] (ワイルドアームズ アドヴァンスドサード)
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| Sound Effects
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|-
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| 2002-07-19
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| [[Gran Turismo Concept: 2002 Tokyo-Geneva (PS2)]]
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| Engine Sound Recording
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|-
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| 2003-07-31
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| [[Hungry Ghosts (PS2)]] (ハングリィ ゴースト)
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| Sound Designer
 
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[[Category:Composers]]
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==Picture Gallery==
[[Category:Foley Artists]]
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<gallery>
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Hidehito_Aoki_-_1.jpg|Circa 1998, from Rebus Original Soundtracks & Classical Arrange CD album.
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</gallery>
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==Links==
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[[Category: Composers]]
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[[Category: Foley Artists]]
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[[Category: People Who Have Died]]

Latest revision as of 13:08, 8 September 2019

Hidehito Aoki
Hidehito Aoki - 1.jpg
Local 青木 秀仁 (あおき ひでひと)
Born 1970
Birth Place Chiba, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Died 2002 (Aged 32)
Aliases Abusan

Hidehito Aoki was a Japanese composer and sound designer from Chiba, Japan. He started working at Atlus in 1989 as a sound designer, and he ended up working on music and sound effects instead, most notably working on several titles in the popular Megami Tensei series. He even paid a visit to Abbey Road Studios together with Tsukasa Masuko during the production of Shin Megami Tensei II. Hidehito left Atlus in 2001 and then worked for Sony Computer Entertainment. Unfortunately, while he was on his way to a business trip in 2002, he was driving on an ice-covered mountain, in which his car lost control and he ended up falling to his death.

Music Development

NES

Wacky Races was the only NES game that Hidehito composed. He wrote the music in assembly using Tsukasa Masuko's sound driver. The composition in that game sounds like Paul Webb's.

Gameography

Released Title Sample
1991-04-05 Quiz Marugoto the World (TGCD) (クイズまるごとTheワールド プレイ1)
1991-08-02 Amazing Tater (GB) (パズルボーイⅡ)
1991-10-04 Somer Assault (TG16) (メソポタミア)
1991-12-25 Wacky Races (NES) (チキチキマシン猛レース-)
1992-02-28 Jantei Monogatari 2: Uchū Tantei Divan - Shutsudō-hen (TGCD) (雀物語2 宇宙探偵ディバン出動篇)
1992-03-27 Quiz Marugoto the World II: Time Machine ni Onegai! (TGCD) Sound Advisor
1992-03-27 Chiki Chiki Machine Mou Race (GB) (チキチキマシン猛レース-)
1992-04-24 Jantei Monogatari 2: Uchū Tantei Divan - Kanketsu-hen (TGCD) (雀偵物語2 宇宙探偵ディバン完結編)
1993-09-?? Super Widget (SNES) Special Thanks
1994-01-28 Majin Tensei (SFC) (魔神転生)
1994-10-14 Power Instinct (SNES) (豪血寺一族)
1995-02-19 Majin Tensei II: Spiral Nemesis (SFC) (魔神転生II SPIRAL NEMESIS)
1995-12-15 Seijuu Maden: Beasts & Blades (SFC) (聖獣魔伝ビースト&ブレイド)
1996-09-20 Persona (PS1) (女神異聞録ペルソナ)
1997-11-13 Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (SS) (デビルサマナー ソウル ハッカーズ)
1998-03-26 Kartia: The Word of Fate (PS1) Sound Effects
1999-04-08 Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (PS1) (デビルサマナー ソウル ハッカーズ)
2001-03-08 Extermination (PS2) (エクスターミネーション) Sound Director
2002-03-14 Wild Arms 3 (PS2) (ワイルドアームズ アドヴァンスドサード) Sound Effects
2002-07-19 Gran Turismo Concept: 2002 Tokyo-Geneva (PS2) Engine Sound Recording
2003-07-31 Hungry Ghosts (PS2) (ハングリィ ゴースト) Sound Designer

Picture Gallery

Links