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7 min 20 sec
4.35 / 5.00

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Created for use with a game developing software called ZAP

These 7 tracks are freeware loops to be used with space games .


1) Space Voyage
2) Alien Citadel
3) Cyborg Logic
4) Asteroids
5) Abandoned Station
6) Satellite
7) Reactor



Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is really good. It's just when it transitions into a loop it sounds pretty bumpy.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love it, cool loops ;)

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DjGubkafish responds:

Thank you . Long time no see


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply amazing, I can't see anything wrong with it and I love it

now i'm gonna go listen to it while I play some star fox 64

DjGubkafish responds:

Thank you

Most of these are inspired by genesis games . I like Nintendo too though


Rated 5 / 5 stars

You're totally on track on the space music if you ask me, and the loops work very well together. Have you ever thought if there's a difference between space music and futuristic music? I wonder if you'd enjoy ableton since I think I read you work on protools.. the organization is so much easier even though it sounds like you have a grasp on the DAW

DjGubkafish responds:

Thank you sir .

For me space and future is somewhat the same thing because the same technology that put people in space is used in everyday lives .

I don't use ableton because i just do sequencing inside VST that have sequencing editors in them .


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is it! i like 1st one but on 1:54 is my fav, still kind of soft, it can be harder but are cool loops

DjGubkafish responds:

Thanks you very much .

I think my nostalgia for old Genesis games kind of inspired me with the VST choices .

Maybe we can work on a game sometimes together . I haven't done any minimal music yet so it would be interesting experience .