Jorito
This page was last modified 22:22, 12 November 2015 by Meits. Based on work by Jorito and Sama.

Jorito aka. SoundWave (Jorrith Schaap, 1976) is a hobby composer, writer and organiser who started with MSX in 1988. At first the main activities were mainly playing games, but somewhere around 1993 he entered the MSX scene. After fiddling around with the FM-Pac and Pro Tracker, he decided to take the plunge and volunteer as a composer for the well known Dutch disk magazine FutureDisk. His first contributions were on FutureDisk 10, and over the years a lot of disk magazines, quite a few games and 2 music disks followed. He also was the composer of game and demo group Hegega. From 1996 to 2001 he studied Humanities Computing at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, the Netherlands . When the studies were finished, he worked in the Internet sector in various jobs, mostly development and project management. He occasionally creates some MSX productions nowadays, but is mostly working on remakes of MSX games. In January 2009 he became an MRC crew member and created the new msx.org site that was released in 2011. Lately he has been spotted while adding new features and writing news posts to www.msx.org.

Credits

as composer

  • FutureDisk 10 (1993)
  • FutureDisk 11 (1994)
  • FutureDisk 12 (1994)
  • FutureDisk 13 (1994)
  • FutureDisk 14 (1994)
  • FutureDisk 15 (1994)
  • FutureDisk 16 (1994)
  • FutureDisk 17 (1995)
  • FutureDisk 18 (1995)
  • FutureDisk 19 (1995)
  • FutureDisk 20 (1995)
  • FutureDisk 21 (1995)
  • FutureDisk 22 (1995)
  • FutureDisk 23 (1996)
  • FutureDisk 24 (1996)
  • FutureDisk 25 (1996)
  • FutureDisk 26 (1996)
  • FutureDisk 27 (1996)
  • FutureDisk 28 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 29 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 30 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 31 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 32 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 33 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 34 (1998)
  • FutureDisk 35 (1998)
  • FutureDisk 36 (1998)
  • FutureDisk 37 (1998)
  • FutureDisk 38 (1998)
  • FutureDisk 39 (1999)
  • FutureDisk 40 (1999)
  • FutureDisk 42 (1999)
  • FD Days Revisited (1996)
  • FD Games Collection 1 (1996)
  • FD Games Collection 2 (1996)
  • FD Konami Collection
  • FD The Best Of (1993)
  • FD The Biggest Future Hits (1994)
  • Street Snatch (1994)
  • Black Jack (1995)
  • Bet Your Life (1994)
  • Beton Vraete (1995)
  • Carbuncle Big Band (1995)
  • Teachers Terror - Takeru version (1995)
  • Sonyc (1995)
  • Ectoplas demo (1996)
  • Black Jack 2 (1996)
  • Ryu No Chie (1996)
  • Mika Slayton Poker (1996)
  • Black Jack 2 (1996)
  • SD-Bal (1997)
  • KPI Ball Promo (1997)
  • 100% Music (1997)
  • Dark Voyage (1997)
  • Final Fantasy Slideshow (1998)
  • Cookiemonster Madness (1998)
  • Gorby vs. Puyo (1998)
  • Fruit Land (1998)
  • Metal Gear Special (1999)
  • Tubby Academy (1999)
  • Sand Stone (1999)
  • Woei demo (2003)
  • Bombaman (2004)
  • Teachers Terror - MSX Magazine version (2003)
  • Arranger Platinum (2003)
  • VScreen demo game (2004)
  • Arm Wrestling
  • Bombaman XXXtra Ammo (2008)
  • No Pressure (2012)
  • Dutch Moonsound Veterans (2015)
  • Maze of Galious remake (PC/Mac/Linux)
  • Road Fighter remake (PC/Mac/Linux)
  • F-1 Spirit remake (PC/Mac/Linux)
  • The Goonies remake (PC/Mac/Linux)
  • Knightmare remake (PC/Mac/Linux)
  • Kill Kenny (unreleased)
  • FutureDisk 44 (unfinished)
  • Blox (unfinished)
  • Contra 2 (unfinished)

as writer

  • FutureDisk 18 (1995)
  • FutureDisk 19 (1995)
  • FutureDisk 20 (1995)
  • FutureDisk 21 (1995)
  • FutureDisk 22 (1995)
  • FutureDisk 23 (1996)
  • FutureDisk 24 (1996)
  • FutureDisk 25 (1996)
  • FutureDisk 27 (1996)
  • FutureDisk 28 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 29 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 30 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 31 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 32 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 33 (1997)
  • FutureDisk 34 (1998)
  • FutureDisk 35 (1998)
  • FutureDisk 36 (1998)
  • FutureDisk 37 (1998)
  • FutureDisk 38 (1998)
  • FutureDisk 39 (1999)
  • FutureDisk 40 (1999)
  • FutureDisk 42 (1999)
  • MSX Computer & Club Webmagazine 93 (2000)
  • FutureDisk website (1997-1999)
  • Bombaman (2004)
  • FutureDisk 44 (unfinished)

as designer

  • Carbuncle Big Band (1995)
  • Woei demo (2003)
  • Bombaman (2004)
  • No Pressure (2012)

as organizer

  • Bombaman (2000-2004)
  • Bombaman Level Edit Challenge (2004)

Challenges

Jorito is a regular challenge contestant, in combination with Team Bomba as well as on his own. Entries include:

  • MRC's Italo challenge (second place)
  • MRC's Underwater challenge (4th place)
  • MRC's Scene Music Remake Challenge 2 (third and sixth place)

Trivia

  • Owns a lot music expansions for the MSX, including 3 different MSX-Audio cards, 3 MSX-Music cards, a Moonsound, a SIMPL and a lot of SCC cartridges.
  • Lived close to Snout and Flying Bytes without knowing for a long time
  • Still has the first MSX his parent bought back in 1988 (an NMS8245!)
  • Visited the MSX RU fair in Barcelona in 2005 and 2009 and had a lot of fun