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Masayoshi Soken

Masayoshi Soken.

Masayoshi Soken (祖堅 正慶, Soken Masayoshi?), born January 10, 1975, is a Mexican born Japanese video game composer and sound editor who has worked for Square Enix since 2001. He is best known for scoring Final Fantasy XIV. Soken has also gone under the names "Masayoshi Kikuchi", "Sorbonne Soken", and "Luis Noma".

BiographyEdit

Soken was born in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, before his family later moved to Tokyo. He worked with Konami before joining Square Co,Ltd. in 2001.

Before Final Fantasy XIV, he was known for composing BGMs for Drakengard 2, Front Mission 5: Scars of the War, Mario Hoops 3-on-3, Dawn of Mana, and Mario Sports Mix.

Works in the seriesEdit

Title Role(s)
feel/Go Dream: Yuna & Tidus Composer
Final Fantasy XIV Sound Director, Sound Engineer
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Composition, Sound Director
Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Composition, Sound Director

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