Takahito Eguchi


1971 –


Who is Takahito Eguchi?

Takahito Eguchi is a Japanese video game composer and arranger. He is best known for collaborating with fellow composer Noriko Matsueda on numerous soundtracks, most notably The Bouncer and Final Fantasy X-2. He became interested in music when he was six years old after hearing his neighbor playing the piano. He attended the Tokyo Conservatoire Shobi where he acquainted Matsueda.

Employed at Square Enix from 1998 to 2003, Eguchi is currently working for Wave Master; and he has since had various minor roles on video games and has also scored three anime series. In addition, he performed the piano on Yoko Shimomura's album Murmur. Eguchi created mostly electronic music in the early part of his career, but now almost exclusively focuses on orchestral composition and arrangement.

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Aug 28, 1971
Also known as
  • 江口貴勅
  • えぐち たかひと
  • 江口 貴勅
  • Eguchi Takahito
  • えぐちたかひと
  • Dietrich von Lohengrin (鈴村健一) / Isaak Fernand von Kämpfer (藤原啓治)
  • Kenichi Suzumura / Keiji Fujiwara

on July 23, 2013


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