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Feb 13, 2009 | 6:19 PM EST
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3.3 MB
1 min 50 sec
Score
4.35 / 5.00

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Rated 4.35 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This track was made for college electronic video game design team who are currently in the demo stages of making a futuristic racing game similar to wipeout. this track is for one of the courses.

Thanks for listening!

Reviews


BloodyN00bBloodyN00b

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ready, set, GO!

This is the kind of music that makes me think positively about the fact that I'm sitting at home, in front of my computer, on Valentine's Day.
I can imagine this being in a racing game, in fact, I'm imagining that non-stop right now. It makes the adrenalin flow and the heart beat faster.
Great job!


Psy-nigma responds:

Valentines is spent with music for me too lol. Its a part of my life and just shows you how much the world becomes a better place with harmonies of sound.

Thanks for the review!


tetetonstetetons

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome!

I can soo see futureistic cars racing to this. Keep up the good work!
-Tetetons


Psy-nigma responds:

Thanks for the Review!

Yeah I cant wait to try out the game, its still in its demo stages. But I will be able to test play it next week.


Everlasting-ElementsEverlasting-Elements

Rated 5 / 5 stars

ADD review.

What a wicked intro. It's pretty odd, but I like it. It evens out into something really nice and flow, though. I mean, the whole thing sounded good thus far.
I like the glitchy sounds that you are using. It adds a unique flare to the song.
I'm gonna have to say that this sounds pretty different compared to your other songs. It's not mellow like most.
I like your beat. It's pretty sick, dude.
The insturments are good sounded, and the melodies are just flawless.
I don't have any complaints, to be honest, dude.
5/5


Psy-nigma responds:

Thanks for the review!

I spent a lot of time making sure no one element was overpowering the other elements while still keeping in mind that this is supposed to be background music for a future cityscape course.

The adrenaline needed to be pumping and feel edgy so that the race would feel more intense as you handle through tight corners and all that.