|Susumu Hirasawa lager oppstartslyd til AmigaOS 4.0|
I dag annonserer Hyperion Entertainment VOF og Chaos Union, at den nær-legendariske Susumu Hirasawa har komponert en oppstartslyd til AmigaOS 4. Utover det vil to av sangene hans være å finnes på AmigaOS 4 CD-en.
Han har blant annet stått bak lydsporet til Millenium Actress, Paranoia Agent og TV-serien Berserk og det tilhørende spillet. I tillegg har han vært med å definere japansk pop-techno i gruppen P-Model siden slutten av 70-tallet.
Leuven, Belgium. - May 25, 2005
Chaos Union and Hyperion Entertainment VOF announced today that recording artist Susumu Hirasawa will deliver a boot jingle created specifically for AmigaOS 4.0. Two additional tracks will also be included on the AmigaOS 4.0 CD to showcase Hirasawa's music.
About Susumu Hirasawa
Susumu Hirasawa is a highly acclaimed recording artist. He has written soundtracks for commercial successes such as Millenium Actress, Paranoia Agent, the Beserk tv-series and videogame, and he is currently working on his latest cd-release. Since 1979 he helped defined Japanese pop-techno in the group P-MODEL and launched his first solo album in 1989. Since the mid-90s Hirasawa has toured with his Interactive Live Show utilizing Amigas with the support of Amiga user group of Japan(FAMIGA) for a spectacular interactive multimedia performance.
About Hyperion Entertainment VOF
Hyperion Entertainment is a privately held Belgian-German company, founded in March of 1999. The company specializes in 3D graphics and the conversion of top-quality entertainment software from Windows to niche-platforms including Amiga, Linux (x86,PPC) and MacOS (OS 9/X).
Hyperion Entertainment has undertaken contract-work in the field of 3D graphics for companies such as Monolith (www.lith.com) and has developed a mature, fast, small foot-print technology to bring 3D graphics to low power digital devices such as PDAs and STBs.
Hyperion is currently working on AmigaOS 4.0, a vastly enhanced PPC native incarnation of the groundbreaking OS introduced by Commodore in 1985.