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Im probably not exaggerating if I say that Nobuo Uematsu is the most famous gamemusician in the world Since 1985 has he been composing music for the now world-famous games called Final Fantasy and is definitely one of the main reasons to the success And even though he has a tight schedule and extremely high demands from the players has he always written music of fantastic quality and many many masterpieces Nobuo was born in the end of the fifties or more precise on March 21 1959 in Kouchi City in Japan Like most parents do Nobuos wanted him to become either a doctor or a lawyer Nobuo himself had thought of a carrier as a pro-wrestler or an olympic athlete Fortunally something made him change his mind During the seventies artists such as Elton John and Mike Oldfield inspired him He also claims to be a fan of ABBA He began playing the piano at the age of 12 because at the time he wanted to be Elton John He began studying at the Kanagawa-university but was more interested in other things than his studies he actually didnt study music In some way he finally managed to finish the studies and work with the things he liked to do Until the age of 22 he joined many amateur bands as a keyboard player But he loved to write more than playing So he decided to become a composer and sent demo tapes to many many companies One of them picked him up and his first professional job was a small composition for a radio company He worked with small commercial-jobs until a friend of his who had a part-time job at Squaresoft offered him a job It was hard to get a music job in Japan and therefore he answered yes right at the moment The year was 1985 and Nobuos carrier as a game-musician had just started His first assignments
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