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Harrison Shimazu is a music composer, writer, and content strategist based in New York City.​

As a composer, Harrison has created original music for various media projects spanning video games, films, animations, podcasts, and more. His credits include works such as Flames on the Soil, a film that received a nomination for “Best Debut Film” at the Lielais Kristaps National Film Festival.

Harrison recently graduated from New York University's accelerated dual degree program with master's and bachelor's degrees in Music Technology. His master's thesis, Designing a Digital Game That Teaches Harmonic Cadences Through Storytelling, navigates the powerful synergy that exists between music creation, education, and technology. Harrison continues to advance the intersection of these fields as the strategic lead and chief editor of the Splice blog.

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