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Earth Seeker music comes from former Capcom audio members


1:30 PM on 07.11.2011
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Upcoming Wii title Earth Seeker's music comes from a duo that previously handled the audio for some of Capcom's biggest games. The duo is called Unique Note, and its members are Tetsuya Shibata, a former Capcom audio director that worked a lot on the Devil May Cry series and contributed to Resident Evil, and Yoshino Aoki, who worked on Breath of Fire III and IV.

As you can see from his list of work, Shibata is a badass. Aoki is also a talented vocalist that will actually sing on a few tracks in Earth Seeker. The work of these two at Unique Note will surely be good. I think it's safe to say that Earth Seeker will be easy on the ears.

Fun fact. My friend Jayson Napolitano over at OriginalSoundVersion reminds me that I've actually met both of these people. They were both very nice!






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