The composer for Resident Evil: Directors cut and Onimusha had a ghost composer create most of his music after he was slowly going deaf. some excerps from the kotaku article.
Mamoru Samuragoch* has been called "Japan's Beethoven." Even as he went deaf, Samuragoch continued to compose scores for video games like Resident Evil and Onimusha. This week, he revealed that he used a ghost composer.
A gifted musician, Samuragoch had a degenerative hearing condition that left him completely deaf by age 35. However, as AFPpoints out, he continued to release work, such as "Symphony No.1 Hiroshima," a tribute to those killed in the atomic bombing. His scores for the DualShock version of Resident Evil Director's Cut,released in 1998, and Onimusha, released in 2001, were popular among gamers.
A shame but all I care about is finding out who is actually responsible for this classic Director cut hit.
Which replaced this incredible song