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Mariko Nanba (南波真理子 Nanba Mariko?) is a Japanese video game composer who has had her work featured in many recent Sonic the Hedgehog games.


Nanba's interest in music started at age 4, when she began piano lessons. From there, she attended Tokyo Conservatoire Shobi (college of music) and in 1994, sent a demo tape to Sega. She was hired, and worked on her first game, Panic!, where she handled mastering (MA) duties in the sound department.


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