Yasuhito Saito

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Yasuhito Saito
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Local 斉藤 康仁 (さいとう やすひと)
Born 1967-03-15
Birth Place Sapporo, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Harry Saito, Yasuhito.S

Yasuhito Saito was born on March 15, 1967 in Sapporo Japan. He went to school for automotive, but ended up working with music. He started working for dB-Soft in 1985 where he composed games such as Woody Poko and Volguard II. He also composed the music for Zunou Senkan Galg, which even received praise by Koichi Sugiyama. After leaving dB-Soft around 1993, he started working at Data West in which he composed the soundtrack to the Rayxanber series, which were critically acclaimed. Around 1995, he left Data West and founded his own company, Parabolica. He later left Parabolica and game music to focus on his band.

Saito is currently operating SOYS Entertainment.


Released Title Sample Notes
1985-06-14 Flappy (FC) (フラッピー)
1985-12-07 Koukidou Senkou Mecha: Volguard II (FC) (高機動戦闘メカ ヴォルガードⅡ)
1985-12-14 Zunou Senkan Galg (FC) (頭脳戦艦ガル)
1985-??-?? Volguard (PC60) (ヴォルガード)
1986-12-20 Layla (FC) (レイラ)
1987-06-20 Woody Poko (FC) (うっでぃ・ぽこ)
1987-07-?? Produce (PC88) (プロデュース)
1987-12-12 Tetsudou Ou (FC) (鉄道王)
1990-04-?? RayXanbeR (FMT)
1990-06-?? Psychic Detective Series Vol. 3: Aya (FMT)
1991-01-25 Gulclight TDF2 (ROM2) (ガルクライト TDF2)
1991-06-07 Rayxanber II (ROM2)
1992-06-26 Rayxanber III (ROM2)
1992-11-20 Psychic Detective Series Vol. 3: Aya (ROM2)
1993-08-06 Psychic Detective Series Vol. 4: Orgel (ROM2)
1993-10-25 Vajra (LA) (ヴァジュラ)
1994-10-31 Vajra 2 (LA) (ヴァジュラ弐) Sound Effect