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Toshio Kajino (梶野 俊夫) is a former Capcom sound designer active throughout the 1990s. His worklist ranges from the SNES (where he was involved with the first few titles released for the platform), arcade systems (for both CPS1 and CPS2 titles), Sony's PlayStation console, and Nintendo's handheld systems. He was credited by his alias, Bull, for most of his earlier works.

In 1993, Kajino effectively replaced Yoshihiro Sakaguchi as head of Capcom's sound department. As a result, the majority of the company's headlining titles for the next eight years would utilize the sound effects he credited.

Colleagues include sound programmer Yasushi Ikeda (for his SNES work), composer Syun Nishigaki and designer Nobuhiro Ohuchi (for his arcade work), and designers Tomoyuki Kawakami and Atsuko Fujitani (for his PlayStation work).

Kajino left the company following his work on 2002 title Dino Stalker. He has since been briefly employed by Namco for Mario Superstar Baseball (where he once more worked with Ohuchi) and became a part of audio studio hibiki a year later with Kawakami, having worked with him at least once on PS2 title Mahoroba Stories.

Production History Edit

Song CreditsEdit

Final Fight (SNES Version)

  • Demo BGM -- Arrangement
  • Player Select -- Arrangement
  • Opening -- Arrangement
  • (Stage 1) BGM 1 -- Arrangement
  • (Stage 1) BGM 2 -- Arrangement
  • Round Clear -- Arrangement
  • (Stage 2) BGM 3 -- Arrangement
  • (Stage 2) BGM 4 -- Arrangement
  • Bonus Stage -- Arrangement
  • (Stage 3) BGM 5 -- Arrangement
  • (Stage 4) BGM 6 -- Arrangement
  • (Stage 4) BGM 7 -- Arrangement
  • (Stage 4) BGM 8 -- Arrangement
  • Pause -- Composition & Arrangement
  • (Stage 5) BGM 9 -- Arrangement
  • Last Round Clear -- Arrangement
  • Ending -- Arrangement
  • Continue -- Arrangement
  • Game Over -- Arrangement

Final Fight Guy

  • BGM 10 -- Arrangement [NOTE: Unused in-game]

Street Fighter Alpha 2 (SNES Version)

  • Capcom Logo -- Arrangement
  • Opening -- Arrangement
  • Stage Sakura -- Arrangement
  • Stage Zangief -- Arrangement
  • Stage Ryu -- Arrangement
  • Stage Chun-Li -- Arrangement
  • Stage Sodom -- Arrangement
  • Stage Birdie -- Arrangement
  • Stage Nash -- Arrangement
  • Stage Dan -- Arrangement
  • Stage Vega -- Arrangement
  • Stage End -- Arrangement
  • Continue -- Arrangement
  • Here Comes a New Challenger -- Arrangement
  • Versus Demo 1 -- Arrangement
  • Ending Sakura -- Arrangement
  • Ending Zangief -- Arrangement
  • Ending Ryu -- Arrangement
  • Ending Chun-Li -- Arrangement
  • Ending Sodom -- Arrangement
  • Ending Birdie -- Arrangement
  • Ending Nash -- Arrangement
  • Ending Dan -- Arrangement
  • Ending Vega -- Arrangement
  • Staff Roll 1 -- Arrangement
  • Versus Demo 2 -- Arrangement
  • Stage Sagat VS Ryu -- Arrangement
  • Player Select -- Arrangement
  • Versus -- Arrangement
  • Stage Dhalsim -- Arrangement
  • Stage Rolento -- Arrangement
  • Stage Gen -- Arrangement
  • Stage Ken -- Arrangement
  • Stage Sagat -- Arrangement
  • Stage Guy -- Arrangement
  • Stage Adon -- Arrangement
  • Stage Rose -- Arrangement
  • Stage Gouki -- Arrangement
  • Game Over -- Arrangement
  • Ranking Display 1 -- Arrangement
  • Ranking Display 2 -- Arrangement
  • Ending Dhalsim -- Arrangement
  • Ending Rolento -- Arrangement
  • Ending Gen -- Arrangement
  • Ending Ken -- Arrangement
  • Ending Sagat -- Arrangement
  • Ending Guy -- Arrangement
  • Ending Adon -- Arrangement
  • Ending Rose -- Arrangement
  • Ending Gouki -- Arrangement
  • Staff Roll 2 -- Arrangement
  • Staff Roll 3 -- Arrangement

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