#0 shell

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#0 shell
Artist Dedf1sh
Composer Toru Minegishi
Ryo Nagamatsu
Shiho Fuji
Game Splatoon 2 (Octo Expansion only)
Heard in
Splatoon 2
Deepsea Metro stations (except boss and thang stations)
Album Octotune
Track list no. 8 (Octotune disc 1)
Genre Electronic
BPM 200
Time signature 7/4
Length 0:50 (before looping)
1:25 (Octotune)
Audio file
The correct title of this article is #0 shell. The substitution of the # symbol with the "fullwidth" # symbol is due to technical restrictions.

#0 shell is a song by Dedf1sh.


This song is used before the start of every station in the Deepsea Metro, except for boss stations and thang stations. The song features a relatively short loop with features synthesizer chords which are repeated and seem to oscillate. While the chords play, some strange echoing sounds play.

Remixes and covers

#0.1 style

#0.1 style
Artist Dedf1sh
Game Splatoon 3 (Side Order only)
Heard in
Splatoon 3
Player Settings in Side Order
Genre Electronic
BPM 184
Time signature 15/4
Length 1:28 (before looping)
Audio file
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In Side Order, this remix is played in the Player Settings screen. It features similar instrumentation to the original, albeit more of melody and baking instruments, along with a more fuzzy sound. Similar to #12.2 awakened, this song is at a slower tempo to the original.

Samples and interpolations

Player Editor

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Things may have an official name in another language, but currently have no official English name.
English translations of these names are unofficial.
Note: Player Editor is translated from its Japanese name.

The music used in Player Settings in the Octo Expansion has the main melody taken from #0 shell, albeit fading away every two bars. It transitions from and to Cap'n Cuttlefish's Theme (Octo) as well as sharing the same snaps, heartbeats, and shaker sounds.


In computing, many program languages will start from index 0 and not 1. A 'shell' is a place where a user can gain access to a computer's services, similar to how Agent 8 is gaining access to the tests.

Names in other languages

Player Editor

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese プレイヤーメイク
Pureiyā Meiku
Player Make

#0.1 style

The name of the song is the same as English in all languages except for Japanese.

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese #0.1 unshell