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Template:Infobox Musical artist Magome Togoshi (戸越まごめ Togoshi Magome ) is a Japanese video game composer for visual novel studios. He began work as a composer in 2000 where he started working for the software company Key under Visual Art's to produce music for Air. Between then and 2006, Togoshi helped compose music for four more titles by Key, along with other games produced by game brands also under Visual Art's. In October 2006, Togoshi resigned from Key and Visual Art's. He continues working with other visual novel developers.
Magome Togoshi began working as a composer for music in visual novels starting with Key's second title Air in 2000. Following the success of Air and the game's soundtrack, Togoshi became a well-known composer to visual novel enthusiasts. Production for Key's next game Clannad began in 2001 and while the game was still in production, Togoshi helped compose music for other brands under Visual Art's, which Key is attached under. These include the now-defunct Words brand with their game Sakura no Ki Shita de released in 2002, and Bonbee!'s Alma: Zutto Soba ni... released in 2003. In 2004 when Clannad was finally released, Togoshi also helped compose music for two games by Giant Panda — Oshikake Princess, and Maiden Halo. That same year, Togoshi composed nearly the entire soundtrack for Key's fourth game Planetarian: Chiisana Hoshi no Yume. The following year in 2005, Togoshi composed music for Tomoyo After: It's a Wonderful Life, Key's fifth title. In 2006, he once again helped Giant Panda with the music for their game Futari de Hitotsu no Koigokoro, along with Key's sixth title Little Busters!. Music that Togoshi either arranged or composed for Key titles was published on Key's record label Key Sounds Label. In October 2006 with Little Busters! still in the production, Togoshi resigned from Key and Visual Art's. Following this, Togoshi worked on the music for ALcot's visual novel FairChild released in 2007.