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Uploaded
Aug 10, 2005 | 5:13 PM EDT
File Info
Loop
3 MB
1 min 40 sec
Score
4.27 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 4.27 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
767 Plays | 222 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
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Author Comments

I did this for my Audio for gaming class. Done in about 15-30 min for a First Person Shooter.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A new challenger appears!

First NG audio submission, and it sounds good. 15 minute mix? Sir, you have a future that is considerably brighter than my LCD monitor on full brightness.

Its reminescent of Frank Klepacki's work in C&C Renegade, or any decent FPS (while Renegade was garbage, Klepacki's music is always good).

This song would mesh very well with almost any modern FPS game, and has a professional sound to it. I subtract one point only because songs that work well in a game are not always pleasant to listen to outside of the game.

Ignore that, however, its a sad necessity.

For what you made the song for, it is perfect. Flawless.

Keep up the groove bro; you've got it made.
The only thing I would suggest for improvement would be to up the guitar a wee bit. You did an excellent job by making the song gritty, but not too gritty (otherwise it makes the listener's muscles tense, which you would only want for a few parts of the game, and for no more than 4 minutes). Just a wee bit more 'WAAAGH!' would be nice, but only for a memoriable piece. Not every tune in a game can be memoriable, so meh.

Keep it up.


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Lord-Emikol responds:

Well thank you for the response I never figured someone would find my old, first submission. I myself had lost track of my login information and have been unable to upload anything from 2005.

Although I'm sure that this would be better suited in an animation I have never tinkered with Flash but I have used this in some other projects.

Anyway, thank you for the input I appreciate it.