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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2'' (2012, alongside MasashiHamauzu, NaoshiMizuta, and YoshitakaSuzuki)

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2'' (2012, alongside MasashiHamauzu, NaoshiMizuta, Masashi Hamauzu, Naoshi Mizuta, and YoshitakaSuzuki)Yoshitaka Suzuki)
* ''VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII'' (2013, alongside Masashi Hamauzu and Naoshi Mizuta)


After contributing a Gymnopédie remix for Keyboardmania 2nd Mix, Suzuki contributed several remixes for the {{Beatmania}} and VideoGame/ZoneOfTheEnders. In 2006, he decided to become a full-time synthesizer operator at Creator/SquareEnix, but still produced electronic music for their bootleg series. This culminated in the In My Own Backyard solo album being released on iTunes.

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After contributing a Gymnopédie remix for Keyboardmania 2nd Mix, Suzuki contributed several remixes for the {{Beatmania}} VideoGame/{{Beatmania}} and VideoGame/ZoneOfTheEnders. In 2006, he decided to become a full-time synthesizer operator at Creator/SquareEnix, but still produced electronic music for their bootleg series. This culminated in the In My Own Backyard solo album being released on iTunes.



* ''{{Beatmania}} 7th Mix Original Soundtrack'' with Sana (2002 w/ song ''La Bossanova De Sana'')

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* ''{{Beatmania}} ''VideoGame/{{Beatmania}} 7th Mix Original Soundtrack'' with Sana (2002 w/ song ''La Bossanova De Sana'')


At Square Enix, Suzuki initially implemented parts of the scores for ''VideoGame/ProjectSylpheed'' and ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMana''. He later integrated ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' remixes for the Wii's Chocobo Dungeon and enjoyed an electro-acoustic collaboration {{Masashi Hamauzu}}'s on Sigma Harmonics. He has also made remixes for VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou, {{Dissidia}}: Final Fantasy, and Square Enix Battle Tracks.

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At Square Enix, Suzuki initially implemented parts of the scores for ''VideoGame/ProjectSylpheed'' and ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMana''. He later integrated ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' remixes for the Wii's Chocobo Dungeon and enjoyed an electro-acoustic collaboration {{Masashi Hamauzu}}'s on Sigma Harmonics. He has also made remixes for VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou, {{Dissidia}}: Final Fantasy, ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'', ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'', and Square Enix Battle Tracks.


At Square Enix, Suzuki initially implemented parts of the scores for ''VideoGame/ProjectSylpheed'' and ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMana''. He later integrated FinalFantasy remixes for the Wii's Chocobo Dungeon and enjoyed an electro-acoustic collaboration {{Masashi Hamauzu}}'s on Sigma Harmonics. He has also made remixes for VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou, {{Dissidia}}: Final Fantasy, and Square Enix Battle Tracks.

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At Square Enix, Suzuki initially implemented parts of the scores for ''VideoGame/ProjectSylpheed'' and ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMana''. He later integrated FinalFantasy ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' remixes for the Wii's Chocobo Dungeon and enjoyed an electro-acoustic collaboration {{Masashi Hamauzu}}'s on Sigma Harmonics. He has also made remixes for VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou, {{Dissidia}}: Final Fantasy, and Square Enix Battle Tracks.


MitsutoSuzuki was born on April 1973 in Kyoto. Mitsuto Suzuki started his career creating electronic solo albums and Erik Satie remixes. These works were critically praised for their ambient and minimalistic use of electronica. In 1997, he founded the Japanese techno-pop unit Overrocket with co-producer Takashi Watanabe and female vocalist Michiyo Honda. The group produced five albums, multiple singles, and several other remixes.

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MitsutoSuzuki Mitsuto Suzuki was born on April 1973 in Kyoto. Mitsuto Suzuki He started his career creating electronic solo albums and Erik Satie remixes. These works were critically praised for their ambient and minimalistic use of electronica. In 1997, he founded the Japanese techno-pop unit Overrocket with co-producer Takashi Watanabe and female vocalist Michiyo Honda. The group produced five albums, multiple singles, and several other remixes.

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MitsutoSuzuki was born on April 1973 in Kyoto. Mitsuto Suzuki started his career creating electronic solo albums and Erik Satie remixes. These works were critically praised for their ambient and minimalistic use of electronica. In 1997, he founded the Japanese techno-pop unit Overrocket with co-producer Takashi Watanabe and female vocalist Michiyo Honda. The group produced five albums, multiple singles, and several other remixes.

After contributing a Gymnopédie remix for Keyboardmania 2nd Mix, Suzuki contributed several remixes for the {{Beatmania}} and VideoGame/ZoneOfTheEnders. In 2006, he decided to become a full-time synthesizer operator at Creator/SquareEnix, but still produced electronic music for their bootleg series. This culminated in the In My Own Backyard solo album being released on iTunes.

At Square Enix, Suzuki initially implemented parts of the scores for ''VideoGame/ProjectSylpheed'' and ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMana''. He later integrated FinalFantasy remixes for the Wii's Chocobo Dungeon and enjoyed an electro-acoustic collaboration {{Masashi Hamauzu}}'s on Sigma Harmonics. He has also made remixes for VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou, {{Dissidia}}: Final Fantasy, and Square Enix Battle Tracks.

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'''Discography:'''

* ''Daisy World Tour'' (1996, appearance w/song ''Medium Feedback'')
* ''Weather Forcast'' in Overrocket (2001, Single)
* ''Text'' in Overrocket (2001, Single)
* ''Sana-mode'' (2001 w/remix ''Angel (Post Production Mitsuto Suzuki Mix)'')
* ''Sunset Bicycle'' in Overrocket (2002, Single)
* ''{{Beatmania}} 7th Mix Original Soundtrack'' with Sana (2002 w/ song ''La Bossanova De Sana'')
* ''Duralumin'' in Overrocket (2003, Single)
* ''Post Production'' in Overrocket (2003)
* ''Aquarium'' ((2004 w/song ''Daen''))
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2'' (2012, alongside MasashiHamauzu, NaoshiMizuta, and YoshitakaSuzuki)

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