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Sunday, August 12, 2018

Behind the Drums: Taku Inoue


Born on August 18th, 1983, Taku Inoue is an independent composer who worked as part of Bandai Namco's artist pool for a number of years, starting in 2010. His works can be found in most of the company's IPs that are currently active due to the release of new games for different platforms, such as Ridge Racer, Tekken and THE iDOLM@STER.

His first, more notable roles in the Japanese rhythm gaming scene are linked with the arcade-exclusive music game Synchronica, seeing as he has composed a wide number of menu BGMs as well as playable songs, becoming soon enough the main in-house face of the game's early years. On June 2018, Taku Inoue has graduated from Bandai Namco, becoming an independent artist for commissioned works as well as part-time DJ on hire.

While most of Taku Inoue's music in the Taiko series comes from the aforementioned Synchronica, the artist also has several score credits in some of the more Taiko-related content that the series has offered as of late.

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Unless otherwise mentioned, Taku Inoue is the sole artist (composer and/or singer) of the following songs in Taiko no Tatsujin.

Game Music
  • Honey Heartbeat ~10 Stars Mix~ - lyrics
  • Yoake Made Ato 3-byou (夜明けまであと3秒)
  • Synchronicity
  • PAC-MAN CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION 2 PAC TOY-BOX
Namco Original
  • Phoenix - lyrics
  • Tenbinza Kyuukou Yoru o Iku (てんびん座急行 夜を行く)
  • Taiko Drum Monster - guitar
Other Music Games Songs

Idolm@ster
  • 99 Nights
  • Miracle Night
  • Hotel Moonside
  • Radio Happy
  • Sayonara Andromeda (さよならアンドロメダ)
Synchronica
  • Sakura Secret (サクラ・シークレット)
  • Minna no Uta (みんなのうた)
  • Synchronica Airline (シンクロニカ・エアライン)
  • Minna no Uta Inotaku Ver. (みんなのうた イノタクVer.)
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