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Author Comments

This is a track that I originally wrote for a music project at the NeoGAF forums where we made an alternate soundtrack of original music for WipeOut HD on the PS3. Some cruising music for when playing Zone. =D


I can feel WipeOut

It's a nice track that would be well suited to playing WipeOut to, but the main issue with this track is that the lines are too repetitive for my tastes.

If you went and added more variation, this piece could certainly go places, taking you to the edge of your senses, for the ultimate driving experience that we have all come to know and love with the games in the WipeOut series.

A good start, but a little more work is required before SCEE contact you, asking permission for some of your tracks to be used on their games ;)

[Review Request Club]

Nice, but too repititve

It's a nice background track. Maybe a little bit too slow, even for a "cruising track", but definitely it's too repititve.

The main melody loops over and over and at the end of the track it's just annoying to listen to it. Some more parts that also stand out more than those parts you already have in here would sure be nice.

{ Review Request Club }

Quite good.

This had quite a relaxing tune. It held together well, if not a tad repetitive. I actually quite liked this piece, it sounded professional. Keep up the good work.

Kind regards -


It kind of starts off rather slow and repetitive. You then pick it up a little bit more with some different beats, but I still think that since you are using the same basic loop in the background that the overall sound is kind of repetitive. I like the build up effect that you have with the different noises coming in after a certain amount of time, but I still think that the song needs to get mixed up somewhere towards the beginning or in the middle of the song, without making it too messy or cluttered. Towards the end of the song it was starting to get better. I guess I could see this being used in a flash game or movie though during some rolling credits with a small amount of animation in the background. Overall, not too bad, but the general sound of it sounds just a bit repetitive to me.

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Credits & Info


4.04 / 5.00

Dec 8, 2008
2:28 PM EST
Video Game
File Info
5.2 MB
3 min 48 sec

Licensing Terms

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