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100% minimoo-G

Song Information

Artist: Sota Fujimori
BPM: 252
Genre: Synthetic Progressive Rock
VJ: F-FLY (overlays by eimy)
First Appeared On: AC Happy Sky
Length: 1:56



Song Connections/Remixes



  • Following the trend Sota started with IIDX RED's ANDROMEDA of writing songs named after a synthesizer using only that synthesizer in production, this song was completely performed on a Moog MiniMoog.
  • 100% minimoo-G is the only song that lacks measure markings and thus a time signature.

Music Production Info

How's everyone doing?
I'm Sota, and I love synthesizers more than girls or having three meals a day♪
As you'd expect from the title, this song was completely performed on my favorite synthesizer, the Moog MiniMoog!! (Even the drum part, of course!) There's absolutely no part of this song that uses samplers, software synthesizers, or soft serve ice cream.
Even though I saw the moog movie two months before.
It doesn't look like there's anyone else in the production staff that's as much of a synth junkie as I am, which is too bad. We could all make MiniMoog songs together.
It's a song full of the feeling of wanting to perform ^^;
When it was time to decide the genre, I thought, "games need interesting songs!" ... so I settled on progressive rock. I ended up doing a song with lots of shifting rhythms, inspired by Tarkus, an album by one of my favorite prog-rock bands ELP (Emerson, Lake, and Palmer).
I hope you'll listen to the keyboard work inspired by Keith (ELP's keyboardist) and to the Moog sound. You'll go down if you don't play this song again!

I did my best to cram in all the MiniMoog sound I could ... at 252 bpm♪

Video Production Info

Hi, this is my first time helping here.
The electricity that runs through machines rips out, with struggling points of light ... my head and eyes spun around on a trip.
Anyway, I'm sorry that I never was able to hum along to this song, no matter how many times I listened to it and how well I was able to remember it.


Beatmania IIDX difficulty rated from 1 to 12.

Beatmania IIDX

Game SP Difficulty DP Difficulty
Beginner Normal Hyper Another Normal Hyper Another
Notecounts - 474 871 903 474 871 1414
IIDX 12 HAPPY SKY AC - 5 9 10 4 10 -
IIDX 13 DistorteD AC - 5 ↑10 ↑11 4 10 -
IIDX 14 GOLD AC-Present - 5 10 11 4 10 11