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Oct 11, 2009, 07:18 AM
Should this artist have any album credits? I could only find that he was the "Manipulator" on some Miku Hatsune album.
Oct 11, 2009, 07:52 AM
That manipulator credit is about only the game-related thing I'm aware of. He got a separate entry as I otherwise didn't know how to add an alias to Ryo Takeshita. If it doesn't fit the site, please delete the entry as a whole.
(...anecdotally, I hear he had to leave Falcom because of his abuse of Miku Hatsune voice for the pornographic purpose under the name of Deadball P, and thus some Falcom fan call him as 'Deadball P" instead of Takeshita or such :p).
Oct 11, 2009, 07:56 AM
Haha, that's hilarious. We'll definitely keep the entry so he can keep the doujin/career-killing stuff away from the real entry. We'll eventually have more credit roles such as manipulator.
Oct 11, 2009, 09:52 AM
We'll eventually have more credit roles such as manipulator.
Do you talk about that in more detail someplace on this board? I want credits like sound design, sound program, sound director etc. pp. :p
Oct 11, 2009, 10:02 AM
I don't think we discussed what would be included anywhere, but those 3 sound like a given.
I switched his name from "Deadball" to "Dead Ball," since he goes with two words for the titles of his "Dead Ball Project" series of original albums. The cover for volume 3 also says "DEAD BALL P loves Hatsune Miku" on it.
It is inconsistently rendered, though, even on his own albums (the tracklist of volume 1, for example). His album published by EXIT TUNES (http://www.deadballp.jp/) says "Deadball" on the cover, even though the page text has it as two words.
"Deadball-P" on TPCD-0031 (http://takepod.accela.jp/contents/depfes_cd.html) and "DeadballP" on TPCD-0033 (http://takepod.accela.jp/contents/dpd.html) SIGH
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