We hope that eventually there would be an occasion which I can personally prove that game music can in fact impress many different people and move them.
For over ten years or so game music has developed into a very large market.
I just initiated the project where I write music for somebody else to write the lyrics and also for the orchestra to perform. I've just initiated the project. That leads the project into creating an independent label outside of game music.
I always begin to compose the melody first.
However, very recently I have come to an understanding that complex music is not necessarily pleasant.
It was very difficult to startle or surprise someone with a particular sound during the family computer era.
And as far as the Disney Concert hall is concerned, it is a wonderful modern structure and I am extremely honored that I had this opportunity to have a concert here.
Certainly my only interest is not in Celtic music.
There's some familiarity in Celtic music, even if you've never heard that piece of music before.
I think that American people really know how to pursue fun, they really know how to have a good time. Japanese are somewhat more reserved than Americans, so I'm jealous.
And it's very strange, but I think there is something very common - not only in Celtic music - but there is a factor or element in Celtic music that is similar in music that we find in Japan, the United States, Europe, and even China and other Asian countries.
I believe that there are still people who believe that game music is something equal to just an effect incorporated into the game, something like a BGM. And therefore this is something that I would like to show that is not true.
As you may know my use of Celtic music is extremely simple and short. However there is something about it that will remain in your mind for a long, long time.
I don't know anyone who would be exclusively working on game music, per se.
So I don't really have a clear plan, in terms of music, as to where I want to head in the future.
For un-subscribe please check the mail footer.