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Rippin'

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Although I haven't released the RACER album yet, I plan to make it a series.


This will be in the sequel album, RACER Re:Tuned,

which will feature covers of songs from racing games, but also a few originals.


This is an original composition called Rippin', inspired by the music of Gran Turismo 4's 'The Bad'.

I imagine an American Muscle car Haulin' it down the coast of California on a sunny day.


This would probably be a good song to dissect, so I think I'm going to do some isolated tracks, as well as a guitar-less version for people to play around with and post it here.


Rippin - No Guitar/Organ Solos


Let me know what you think!

Thanks!


Edit: No. 3 Frontpaged! Thanks to the Fulps!


Sound Effects used:

Shelby GT500 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4lrpSdFd80

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OMG BUDDY you did it again!

XLRSTONE responds:

Did I? Thanks! I'm happy you enjoyed it!

gt2 east city inspired track or no balls - great work! i thoroughly enjoy this as a gearhead down to the soul. really no mix down flaws and the song doesn't hang up or go out of key and remains thoroughly composed throughout. have a 5 star on me

XLRSTONE responds:

Much Thanks! I'm glad you appreciate it!

Verri impreesive

XLRSTONE responds:

Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it!

owo

Impressive!

XLRSTONE responds:

Thanks! Still trying to push myself with every new song with my guitar and bass playing, as well as my instrumentation and mixes.

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XLRSTONE
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Score
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Uploaded
Feb 22, 2021
7:20 PM EST
Genre
General Rock
File Info
Song
13.7 MB
5 min 59 sec
Software
  • FL Studio
  • Kontakt 5

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