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Feb 22, 2006 | 1:34 AM EST
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As of FEB 16 2007, I learned who the TRUE author of the soundtrack was. He recently made an account on NG and submitted his work. He contacted me concerning several things, one being credit distribution. /audio/view.php?id=186403 4

Sorry DJ B.a.r.



Folks, this was the original weapon's instrumental piece to craze the internet. The Ballad of Blackmesa by Ronaldthecock, Battlefield 2 gun sounds by Serpento99, and CoD4 gun sounds by Serpento99 were all inspired by THIS flash, NOT the other way around. This is the ORIGINAL.

This submission predates all of their Youtube accounts, and the song, published in 2002 by DJ B.a.r., predates Youtube itself; Neither I, nor DJ B.a.r. could have possibly gotten the inspirations or idea from Youtube.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wow! The flash is awsome! so is the music! And lol at the AWP CT He had Friendly fire!

StealthBeast responds:

Lol, yearp.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


They did exactly the same thing for Half life two...this is just a copy...

StealthBeast responds:

You're talking about the Ballad of Black Mesa.

Though I will say that it is better executed, it was the Ballad of Black Mesa copied US... not the other way around.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This was a cool little Counter Strike flash,the idea of it was cool & creative with all the gunfire going with the beat of the song and i must say that it synced up perfectly plus the animation was solid so overall i enjoyed this very much,great job.

StealthBeast responds:

Excellent. Glad you enjoyed it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


That was awsome!

StealthBeast responds:



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Repeditive but good and for the record some of those guns are loader or quieter than shown like the ak m4 and UMP ak well the kind not legaly sold in the us is quieter ump loader

StealthBeast responds:

ingame they mostly sound the same (awp and grenades being of the few exceptions)

In real life, sound is generally determined by caliber, barrel length, and acoustic properties of the terrain.

Yup. It was pretty repetitive, but I'm glad you liked it anyway.