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ParagonX9 - Infiltration

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Jul 10, 2008 | 8:16 AM EDT
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2.8 MB
2 min 28 sec
4.41 / 5.00

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ParagonX9 - Infiltration (NRG) [150 BPM]

My first track in this style. It's not really Techno but it's the closest to this genre,
so that's why I put it in here. This song should be ok for stepmania.

'Show Me Your Moves! .. YESZ!
-Paragon //



Rated 5 / 5 stars

incredible, as usual

So i heard this song when playing multitask and instantly thought "jeez i have to find who makes this song, this is amazing" but i couldnt find any credit to you. anyway, they have the first part of the song loop for a while, and its really awesome.

Maybe you should make that part a little longer in the intro, and then have like some kind of boom (with a break) and launch into the heavier riff. also, i kinda wish you had gone back to that lighter riff, because you kind of just abandon it after 35 seconds. I like the way you kinda bring it back around 2 minutes tho.

anyway, its still leagues better than everything else i hear under the genre of DNB, so well done.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

absolutely amazing

this is one of my favorite songs by you. very busy, but not overwhelming, and showing a lot of talent. ive been heavily involved in music (sax, piano, and guitar) for about 20 years and am just starting to broaden my horizons into electronic-type sounds. i count myself lucky to ahve found an artist of your caliber here on newgrounds. not to say that the other artists are bad (theres sooo much talent in this site if you look) but you really stood out. keep em coming!!!

also... any tips on what i should look into if i want to start composing in this genre? im interested in it and just wondering where i should start.. ive heard a lot about FLV.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Sounds like one of them songs that goes on a Fightin Game or FPS


Rated 5 / 5 stars

So......That's Why Everyone Loves ParagonX9?

I gotta confess the bass drum at 0:06 just made me bang my feet , then the song just explodes and starts progressing.

The interesting thing about your tracks is that even if you're using only one synth with the drums and a little of that bass synth it sounds very full like if there was a lot of stuff going on.

you really love to do "song Breaks" right? because on most of your songs you do one , i am not saying that is wrong, in fact you always make good song breaks, so be sure to always make that great stuff.

oh yeah, i got a little question, At 1:05-1:17 there is some synth, that goes " Paua....Pauo....Paua....Pauo" i have heard that synth in a lot of tracks, for example there was a song long time ago called braveheart remix ( i think that is from Dj Sakin Feat. Paul Oakenfold that has closely the same synth that you used on your track, it really made me smile that that sound it's still alive :)

Oh well but anyways it's a great Track

This goes To MAH Favorites


-Ruben- Acid Paradox

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Kind of Future Crew

First off: yet another song of ParagonX9 with so much power and energy in it... geez, again I am buffled from the wide spectrum of her songs, yet all of them with a unique style of herself O.o

00:00 to 00:14 is reminding me somehow to the Future Crew Demo "Second Reality" from 1993. But I dunno, which part exactly reminds me to the beginning of this song, maybe the zooming face or the mirrored sword... hm.

For those who don't know it and vote 5 on this, you will also like the music i n the demo for sure (try it out: bbqWU ). The effects are way too rusty for today, but consider that it was made for faster faster 286 and 386 CPUs without any GPU-acceleration. It was a graphical milestone from some amateur programmers in assembler. Unfortunetaly, the credits of the demo ist cut off on every YouTube Vid I found (the demo itself I have on HDD, but does only run in DosBox-emulation anymore) - the credits are a plus of 7 minutes really good retro-style music like in the demo itself.