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Also known as  DM Ashura
Role  Musical Artist
Name  DM Ashura

Years active  2002-present
Occupation(s)  Producer, remixer
Albums  Digital Maestro
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Birth name  William James Robert Shillito
Born  March 26, 1986 (age 29) Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. (1986-03-26)
Genres  Trance, psychedelic trance, goa, ambient, drum and bass, ethnic, hyper techno
Instruments  Keyboard, Korg Kaoss Pad 3
Education  Georgia Institute of Technology
Similar People  Kosuke Saito, Tony Konzel, Naoki Maeda

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William "Bill" James Robert Shillito (born March 26, 1986), more commonly known as DM Ashura, is an electronic artist whose work can be found in the music games O2Jam, Dance Dance Revolution, StepMania, beatmania IIDX, Flash Flash Revolution, and Pump it Up.

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Biography

Bill lived in Queens for 8 years and now resides in Atlanta, Georgia. He started playing piano at the age of 2 and composing around age 8. He also has played viola since age 12.

Bill creates his music under the name DM Ashura; the "DM" stands for Digital Maestro, while "Ashura" (spelled 阿修羅) is Japanese for "fighting demon". He has made a number of remixes (mostly from music games), particularly "neoMAX" (a remix of the MAX series), which won first place in Tournamix 4, a DDR stepfile-writing contest. He has also since written a number of original tracks, and is well known in the music game community for his work.

Work in games

DM Ashura's music has recently been licensed for a number of music games:

Tracks in O2Jam (for PC):

  • Euphorium
  • GO!
  • Astral
  • All three of these songs can be found on the Malaysian server. GO! can be found on the Japanese server as well.

    Tracks in Flash Flash Revolution:

  • KlungKung 2004
  • Aztec Templing (Techno-Titlan Mix)
  • AAA
  • R3 (Omega Mix)
  • Boss Machine
  • neoMAX
  • Classical Insanity
  • MAX Forever
  • Z
  • Psychosis
  • Seven
  • GO!
  • MaxX AttaxX*
  • Otter's Dance (Hotroot Mix)
  • Tracks in Dance Dance Revolution ULTRAMIX 4 (for Xbox)

  • GO! (Mahalo Mix)
  • Celebrate Nite (Like It's '99 Mix)
  • Tracks in Dance Dance Revolution Universe 3 (for Xbox 360)

  • Your Angel
  • Rave Until The Night Is Over
  • ΔMAX
  • aftershock!!
  • (3 of these tracks are also featured in the arcade release of Dance Dance Revolution X2, excluding Rave Until The Night Is Over).

    Tracks in Beatmania IIDX 16: Empress

  • neogenesis
  • Tracks in Pump It Up Pro 2 (for Arcade)

  • Allegro Con Fuoco
  • Chaotic White (vs Enoch)
  • GO! (EK Mix)
  • Rave Until The Night Is Over
  • Rave Until The Night Is Over (Cyber Trance Mix)
  • X-RaVE
  • Z -The New Legend-(Long Version)
  • Tracks in Pump It Up Fiesta EX (for Arcade)

  • Rave Until The Night Is Over
  • Allegro Con Fuoco
  • X-RaVE
  • (All of these tracks were previously featured on a spinoff game called Pump It Up Pro).

    Tracks in Pump It Up Infinity (for Arcade)

  • Elise
  • Ignis Fatuus
  • Fallen Angel
  • Euphorium
  • Z -The New Legend
  • Pi Rho Maniac
  • Tracks in Pump It Up Prime (for Arcade)

  • Allegro Piu Mosso
  • Annihilator Method
  • Move That Body!
  • Tracks in Pump It Up Prime 2 (for Arcade)

  • Allegro Furioso
  • DM Ashura first got his tracks into DDR when he won Konami's music competition on www.broadjam.com. His song GO! was selected among around 300 other entries. The other three winners were Grandolin by Zerofuser, Race Against Time by Jeff Steinman, and There's a Rhythm by Dig Bear feat. Kat Blu.

    Discography

    DM Ashura's first album, Digital Maestro, was released in May 2007 at Anime Central. Two of the tracks, "Snowblind" and "Nautilus", feature guitarist Ricky Graham.

    Also, "Celebrate Nite (Like It's '99 Mix)" can be found on Konami's Ultramix 4 V-Rare 11, as well as the "Cusimo & Co. Extended Mix" on the Supernova/Ultramix 4 Combo V-Rare 10.

    References

    DM Ashura Wikipedia


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