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  | Born        = 1956-01-27
 
  | Born        = 1956-01-27
  | Died        = 2019-11-11
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  | Died        = 2019-11-11 (Aged 63)
 
  | BirthPlace  = Shizuoka, Japan
 
  | BirthPlace  = Shizuoka, Japan
 
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===NES===
 
===NES===
 
Nobuyuki wrote a sound driver along with [[Fukashi Ohmorita]]. The music was written in hexadecimal.
 
Nobuyuki wrote a sound driver along with [[Fukashi Ohmorita]]. The music was written in hexadecimal.
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==Musical Style==
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Ohnogi used a lot of dotted 8th notes with 16th notes in his older works. This is evident in games like Mappy, Metro-Cross, and Galaga.
  
 
==Gameography==
 
==Gameography==
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| 1983-??-??
 
| 1983-??-??
 
| [[Mappy (ARC)]] (マッピー)
 
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| {{Song-Box|01 - Xevious - NES - Game Start.ogg}}
 
| {{Song-Box|01 - Xevious - NES - Game Start.ogg}}
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| Arranged [[Yuriko Keino]]'s music from the arcade version.
 
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| 1985-08-06
 
| 1985-08-06
| [[The Tower of Druaga (FC)]] 9ドルアーガの塔)
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| [[The Tower of Druaga (FC)]] (ドルアーガの塔)
 
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| Sound Software
 
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| 1986-12-16
 
| [[Metro-Cross (FC)]]
 
| [[Metro-Cross (FC)]]
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| {{Song-Box|02 - Metro-Cross - FC - Main Theme.ogg}}
| Original Music
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| Arranged by unknown.
 
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| Music Programmer
 
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| 1987-??-??
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| [[Metro-Cross (C64)]]
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| {{Song-Box|02 - Metro-Cross - C64 - Main Theme.ogg}}
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| Arranged by [[Brian O'Shaughnessy]].
 
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| [[The Quest of Ki (FC)]] (カイの冒険)
 
| [[The Quest of Ki (FC)]] (カイの冒険)
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| [[The Quest of Ki (FC) - Secret Passage|Secret Passage]]
 
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Nobuyuki Ohnogi - 1.jpg|Unknown Source.
 
Nobuyuki Ohnogi - 1.jpg|Unknown Source.
Nobuyuki Ohnogi - 2.jpg|Nobuyuki (right) with Masanobu Endoh (left) during the development of [[Metro-Cross (ARC)]].
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Nobuyuki Ohnogi - 2.jpg|Nobuyuki (right) with Tatsuro Okamoto (left) during the development of [[Metro-Cross (ARC)]].
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Ohnogi1.jpg| Nobuyuki (right) with Takagi Natsumi.
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Ohnogi2.jpg| Nobuyuki (left) with Mochizuki Taku.
 
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Latest revision as of 00:27, 24 April 2020

Nobuyuki Ohnogi
Nobuyuki Ohnogi - 1.jpg
Local 大野木 宜幸 (おおのぎ のぶゆき)
Born 1956-01-27
Birth Place Shizuoka, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Died 2019-11-11 (Aged 63)
Aliases Uhohoy Ohnogi
Uho.Ohnogi
Uhosan

Nobuyuki Ohnogi was a Japanese audio composer and sound programmer known for his work for Namco. He started working for them around 1981 when he was 25, composing and programming audio for many of their arcade and NES games. In 1985, Nobuyuki left Namco. However, he worked closely with Masanobu Endo's company Game Studio through Scitron & Art, a company that specializes in releasing video game soundtracks. Some of his best known works include Bosconian, Galaga, New Rally X, Mappy, and Pole Position.

Around 1994, Ohnogi left the game industry.

Unfortunately, Nobuyuki Ohnogi passed away on the night of November 11, 2019. He was 63 years old. His major and countless contributions to the video game music community will always be remembered.

Music Development

Nobuyuki composed music on his Prophet T8.

NES

Nobuyuki wrote a sound driver along with Fukashi Ohmorita. The music was written in hexadecimal.

Musical Style

Ohnogi used a lot of dotted 8th notes with 16th notes in his older works. This is evident in games like Mappy, Metro-Cross, and Galaga.

Gameography

Released Title Sample Notes
1981-02-?? New Rally-X (ARC) (ニュー ラリー エックス)
1980-??-?? King & Balloon (ARC)
1981-07-?? Warp & Warp (ARC) (ワープ&ワープ)
1981-09-?? Galaga (ARC) (ギャラガ)
1981-11-?? Bosconian (ARC) (ボスコニアン)
1982-??-?? Pole Position (ARC) (ポールポジション)
1983-??-?? Libble Rabble (ARC) (リブルラブル)
1983-??-?? Mappy (ARC) (マッピー)
1983-??-?? Pole Position II (ARC)
1984-??-?? Galaga (MSX)
1984-??-?? King & Balloon (MSX)
1984-11-02 Pac-Man (NES)
1984-11-08 Xevious (NES)
Arranged Yuriko Keino's music from the arcade version.
1984-11-14 Mappy (FC)
1985-??-?? Metro-Cross (ARC)
1985-02-15 Galaga: Demons of Death (NES)
1985-07-12 Warpman (FC) (ワープマン)
1985-08-06 The Tower of Druaga (FC) (ドルアーガの塔) Sound Software
1986-??-?? Hopping Mappy (ARC)
1986-08-28 Kidou Senshi Z-Gundam: Hot Scramble (FC) Sound Effects Programmer
1986-11-26 Mappy-Land (NES) (マッピーランド) Mappy Theme
1986-12-16 Metro-Cross (FC)
Arranged by unknown.
1987-12-22 Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord (NES) Music Programmer
1987-??-?? Metro-Cross (C64)
Arranged by Brian O'Shaughnessy.
1988-01-06 Family Circuit (FC)
1988-07-22 The Quest of Ki (FC) (カイの冒険) Secret Passage
1989-02-21 Wizardry II: Legacy of Llylgamyn - The Third Scenario (FC) Music Programmer
1989-07-21 Tenkaichi Bushi: Keru Naguuru (FC) (ケルナグール)
1990-03-09 Wizardry: Knight of Diamonds - The Second Scenario (NES) Music Programmer
1990-05-18 Pac-Man (FDS) Arranger
1990-06-22 Galaga (FDS) (ギャラガ)
1990-11-22 Sanrio Carnival (FC) (さんりおカーニバル)
1991-03-21 Shadow Brain (FC) (シャドーブレイン) Sound Driver
1991-05-11 Sanrio Carnival (GB)
1991-07-19 Family Circuit '91 (FC)
1991-10-18 World Circuit (PCE) (ワールドサーキット)
1994-09-22 Libble Rabble (SFC)
1994-10-21 Super Family Circuit (SFC)
Unreleased Libble Rabble (FC)

Picture Gallery

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