田中宏和 (game music composer)

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Also performs as: たなかひろかず

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Hirokazu "Hip" Tanaka (田中 宏和, Tanaka Hirokazu, born December 13, 1957) is a Japanese composer and sound designer, best known for his scores in various video games produced by Nintendo. At Nintendo, Tanaka would work on well known games such as Metroid, Kid Icarus, Super Mario Land, Tetris, Mother, Dr. Mario, and EarthBound.

Besides writing music, Tanaka is also known for his role in designing and coding the Famicom and Game Boy audio hardware, along with co-designing the NES Zapper, Game Boy Camera, and Game Boy Printer.

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Discography

Album + Soundtrack

Year Title Rating Releases
1987 Hikari Shinwa: Palutena no Kagami / Metroid Original Soundtrack Orchestra Version Soundtrack 2

Soundtrack

Year Title Rating Releases
2004 Game Sound Museum ~Famicom Edition~ 04 Balloon Fight Soundtrack 1
2004 Game Sound Museum ~Famicom Edition~ 05 Wrecking Crew Soundtrack 1
2004 Game Sound Museum ~Famicom Edition~ 07 Light Gun Series - Wild Gunman / Duck Hunt / Hogan's Alley Soundtrack 1
2004 Game Sound Museum ~Famicom Edition~ 09 Block Set / Gyro Set Soundtrack 1
2004 Game Sound Museum ~Famicom Edition~ 12 Metroid Soundtrack 1
2004 Game Sound Museum ~Famicom Edition~ 13 Palutena No Kagami Soundtrack 1
2004 Game Sound Museum ~Famicom Edition~ S-2 Donkey Kong 3 Soundtrack 1

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