T's Music

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T's Music
T's Music - 01.png
Born 1990-04-??
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Website www.tsmusic.co.jp

T's Music (localized to ティーズ ミュージック Tiizu Myuujikku) is a group of Japanese composers and sound designers who work on audio for electronic video games. The current representative of the company is Taro Hara.

Besides video game music, the company also acts as a recording studio for musicians.


These composers were associated with T's Music:

Audio Development


T's Music had many SNES sound drivers. One was a variant of Nintendo's Kankichi-kun 1.20 driver. They also used their own variant of Opus' DBOOT sound driver, in particular, 1.03.


Note: The games listed here are the ones which either list T's Music in the credits, or we have received verification that they worked on the game.

Released Title Sample
1991-??-?? Flicky (GEN)
1991-??-?? Paddle Fighter (SMD) (パドル・ファイター)
1991-08-09 OutRun (GEN) (アウト ラン)
1991-11-22 Minna no Taabou no Nakayoshi Daisakusen (FC) (みんなのたあ坊のなかよし大作戦)
1992-??-?? Bonk's Adventure (GB) (GB原人)
1992-10-?? Felix the Cat (NES)
1992-12-11 Hello Kitty no Ohanabatake (FC) (ハローキティのおはなばたけ)
1993-??-?? Felix the Cat (GB)
1993-02-19 Kero Kero Keroppi no Daibouken 2: Donuts Ike ha Oosawagi! (FC) (けろけろけろっぴの大冒険2(ドーナツ池はおおさわぎ!!))
1993-04-02 Final Fight CD (SCD) (ファイナルファイト CD)
1993-07-30 Bonk's Adventure (NES) (FC原人 Frekthoropus Computerus)
1993-12-17 Momotarou Densetsu Gaiden (FC) (桃太郎伝説外伝)
1995-03-17 From TV animation: Slam Dunk 2 - Zenkoku e no Tip Off (GB) (全国へのTIPOFF)
1997-07-11 Bulk Slash (SS)
2007-01-22 Hotel Dusk: Room 215 (NDS) (ウィッシュルーム 天使の記憶)