Segawa Tetsuo is a member of the Japan Academy Awards (Japan Oscar) Association, a member of the Japan Film and Television Technology Association, and a member of the Japan Sound Scape Association.
Since 1964, he has worked as a studio sound engineer for 15 years and has accumulated rich experience in recording. During the period, he participated in the recording of important TV programs such as "Strange Talk", "Tokyo Olympics" and "Sapporo Winter Olympics".
In 1967, Testuo participated in the filming of the Hollywood film "Hell in the Pacific" directed by John Boorman, and he was deeply touched by the charm of recording for the big screen. He then became a freelance film engineer and began to explore more film recording methods and technological innovations. In 1989, Tetsuo and the EURIKA Production Co., Ltd. established the "Digital Sound Design EURIKA" recording studio and pioneered the use of Synclavier technology to open MA studios for digital film recording and recording.
For more than 40 years, he has participated in recordings of countless TV movies. His popular film and television works include “千年之恋源氏物语”, “你看起来很好吃”, “昼颜”. Tetsuo has been nominated 13 times for the Japan Academy Awards Best Recording Award, which is known as the Oscar of Japan, and he won the award four times.