The PlayStation brand has become iconic for many reasons, one of them is the logo of the letter P with the letter s with a kind of fusion and colors where red clearly predominates.
And something that clearly did company, especially in advertisements, was a jingle with the duration of a second, which is now immediately associated with the brand.
Who was in charge of the composition of the small sound was Thru Oneida, Japanese musician who has unfortunately reported as deceased very recently.
The news was confirmed by her music bandmates on Twitter, as well as the news site, excite.
According to the editor, Oneida died at the age of 73 due to heart failure on the morning of February 14.
Here we leave you the iconic sound in case you do not remember the Jingle:
In addition to being the creator of the sound effect of the logo, Oneida also served as a member of the influential Japanese rock band, The Moon riders.
Thus being the main keyboardist of the band, something that would inspire many Japan users to create their own songs.
Since last year, health complications for Oneida had been announced, so this could be a consequence of what was happening.
Undoubtedly, he made a great contribution to the games’ industry, specifically in the music area.
Editor’s note: It is sad that the great pioneers are gradually leaved, but now the new generations must be in charge of the present.
So it only remains to thank you for everything you have given to this business.
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