Shusaku Uchiyama (内山修作 Uchiyama Shusaku?) is a composer of video game music.

Career

Uchiyama was taught to play piano from a young age and for a time played for an R&B band. In 1995 Uchiyama was hired by Capcom to do the score to Mega Man 8. Following this he was assigned to Resident Evil 2, with Masami Ueda as senior composer. Uchiyama copied his style with influences from recent films,[1] and is credited with compositions such as "Drove the passengers to be the living dead". "Annette's Recollection" was a collaborative piece with fellow composer Syun Nishigaki. Uchiyama is credited with a further twelve tracks for the game which appeared in the BIOHAZARD 2 COMPLETE TRACK.

Uchiyama later worked on Resident Evil 4,[2][3] in which he was senior composer.[1]

List of Works

Game Year of Release Role
Mega Man 8 (1996) Composer (BGM)
Resident Evil: Director's Cut (1997) Music Data Edit
Resident Evil 2 (1998) Composer
Devil May Cry (2001) Technical Cooperation - Sound
Resident Evil (2002) Lead Composer/Arranger[4]
P.N.03 (2003) Composer
Under the Skin (2004) BGM (Special Thanks)
Resident Evil 4 (2005) Composer/Arranger
Devil May Cry 4 (2008) Composer
Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles (2009) Composer
Mega Man 10 (2010) Composer
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (2012) Composer
Resident Evil: Damnation (2012) Composer
Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy - Curtain Call (2014) Music Data Support
Resident Evil 2 (2019) Composer
Resident Evil Village (2021)

Bibliography

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Interview with Shusaku Uchiyama & Takeshi Miura: A History of Resident Evil Music. squareenixmusic. Retrieved on 2018-08-06.
  2. Resident Evil 4: Ultimate HD Edition Credits (Windows). MobyGames. Retrieved on 2018-04-09.
  3. Davis (ed.), Archives II, p.238.
  4. Resident Evil (GCN) credits - MobyGames
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