Yū Miyake (三宅 優 Miyake Yū?) (also known as Acid Eutron) is a composer and sound engineer for the Namco video game company. One of his most memorable works surfaced with Katamari Damacy soundtracks, on which he served as a sound director. Other works include the Tekken series and Ridge Racer series.
Before joining Namco, Miyake was a university student specializing in management information. His first game with the company was Tekken 3. In 2000, Miyake worked with Namco director Keita Takahashi on a video project called "Texas 2000". Takahashi was so impressed with his work that he gave him full responsibility as sound director on the 2004 release Katamari Damacy.
- Tekken 3 (1997)
- Tekken Tag Tournament (1999)
- Ridge Racer V (2000)
- Tekken 4 (2002)
- R:Racing Evolution (2003)
- Katamari Damacy (2004)
- Ridge Racers (2004)
- We Love Katamari (2005)
- Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection (2005)
- Ridge Racer 6 (2005)
- Me & My Katamari (2005)
- Ridge Racer 7 (2006)
- Beautiful Katamari (2007)
- Katamari Forever (2009)
- Ridge Racer (2011)
- Touch My Katamari (2011)
- Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (2012)
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- Kazuhito Udetsu (August 21, 2009). "Katamari Forever's Blog - The Music of Katamari Forever". IGN.com. Retrieved 2009-09-07.
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