Takahito Eguchi Net Worth: Age, Height, Weight, Bio

January 1, 2020

Takahito Eguchi Net Worth

How much is Takahito Eguchi worth? For this question we spent 14 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $134,1 Million.



Takahito Eguchi information Birth date: December 28, 1971 Birth place: Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan Profession:Composer, Soundtrack, Music Department

Height, Weight

:How tall is Takahito Eguchi – 1,82m.
How much weight is Takahito Eguchi – 59kg


Takahito Eguchi Net Worth
Takahito Eguchi Net Worth
Takahito Eguchi Net Worth
Takahito Eguchi Net Worth


Takahito Eguchi (????, Eguchi Takahito, born August 28, 1971) is a Japanese video game composer, arranger, and orchestrator. 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 Shimomuras album Murmur. Eguchi created mostly electronic music in the early part of his career, but now almost exclusively focuses on orchestral composition and arrangement.
Biography,Born in Nagasaki, Japan, Eguchi became interested in music at the age of six when he heard his neighbor playing the piano. While his father, a judo athlete, initially tried to push him into pursuing sports, he eventually agreed to let him take piano lessons, as long as he agreed to study with his sister. Eguchi enrolled at the Tokyo Conservatoire Shobi, where he met long-term composing partner Noriko Matsueda. After graduating from the conservatoire, he produced numerous compositions, joined a band as a keyboardist, and worked as a software designer. He also gave Matsueda advice on music manipulation during her first game project, Front Mission, in 1995. At her request, he also arranged and orchestrated Theme of Bahamut Lagoon ~ Opening for the bonus disc of the original soundtrack to Bahamut Lagoon (1996).Eguchi joined Square (now Square Enix) in 1998, his first job was composing the 1999 title Racing Lagoon alongside Matsueda. Although his role was minor compared to Matsuedas, he was responsible for the opening and ending themes, the majority of the battle themes, and the bonus track Taiman Battle Remix. Eguchi and Matsueda collaborated once again in 2000 on the PlayStation 2 game The Bouncer. He created a lot more music than on previous soundtracks, a large amount of the music produced was not used in the game and there were also many post-production demands. He composed the pop ballad Forevermore, which was arranged and provided lyrics by Narada Michael Walden and Sunny Hilden and performed by Shanice in Love Is the Gift, the ending theme to the English-language versions of the game. The song was also sold as a single and featured in a promotional album. In 2002, Eguchi arranged the track Hand in Hand -Reprise- for Yoko Shimomuras score to Kingdom Hearts.Eguchi reunited with Matsueda to compose Final Fantasy X-2 (2003). Despite being panned by critics and fans alike and having a low budget, the soundtrack was commercially successful. He was also the games orchestrator and the composer of the love ballad Real Emotion/1000 no Kotoba. In 2004, Eguchi and Matsueda composed Final Fantasy X-2 International + Last Mission and arranged three pieces in the Final Fantasy X-2 Piano Collection album. The Piano Collections album was their final project at while at Square Enix, which they both left afterward. Since his departure, he has been involved in several anime projects, he was the co-composer of D.N.Angel (2003) and Rental Magica (2007) and the sole composer of Trinity Blood (2005). He has also mixed Shimomuras arrangements for the Dark Chronicle Premium Arrange album and performed piano on her vocal album Murmur. In 2006, he contributed three compositions and two arrangements to the Xbox 360 game Sonic the Hedgehog, he also worked on the 2008 follow-up Sonic Unleashed. He has since worked on a number of Sonic Team games, such as Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll, Sonic Colors, Sonic Generations, Rhythm Thief & the Emperors Treasure, Sonic Lost World, and Sonic Runners.


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