Yuka Watanabe isn't credited for like half the stuff she did. She only rarely got to cut loose on the best sound hardware but I love her compositions very very very much. As an example, Hiroaki Shimizu is often credited for the ADK music and sound, but he almost always worked in collaboration with Yuka Watanabe and Hideki Yamamoto.
She has a ton of "sound editing," "voice editing," and "special thanks" credits for games by Konami, but how far does that special thanks go? I mean this is like, totally her style:
Post by 1983parrothead on Sept 25, 2018 18:34:24 GMT -5
The Yamaha YM2413 was used not only on Sega Mark III/Master System and Sony MSX2, but some of the late 80s ADK arcades like that above and these (though third one is a little too fast tempo compared to actual sound according to ADK Ontama soundtrack: