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Dec 7, 2011 | 12:51 PM EST
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5.2 MB
2 min 16 sec
4.27 / 5.00

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Rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal

Author Comments

Remember that awesome game known as Quake II?
Do you remember its awesome industrial-esque soundtrack too?
Well, this is my homage to Sonic Mayhem and their audio work on the famous id game. While it may sound as a complete rip-off, it is indeed inspired by the original tracks. No, it's not a cover.
This also works a test track for Reason's built-in Hell Spawn Guitar instrument, slightly modified for this tribute. So, yes, it's all virtual... in my opinion, it doesn't sound much MIDI (although I'm working to get rid of that annoying ta-ta-ta thing), but what do you think? Any roam for improvements? Also, the repetitive/obsessive nature of the riffing is part of the song.
Enjoy, and feel free to use this somewhere (don't use this in high school) ^^



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty cool

I've never played Quake II but I love industrial video game soundtracks, and this is a good one! but you should get yourself a real guitar!It's really easy to record electric guitar, not like drums. Very cool riffs though, and the guitar does sound okay. and the drums are good for just being samples. Good song!

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KKSlider60 responds:

Hard to believe, but I do have a real guitar XDD I just have very little time to learn, so I have to rely on virtual instruments. I keep the real instruments for experimentation, something that softwares can hardly give me.
Thanks, anyway :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Interesting change of style

Going from space exploration themes to metal, haha. Still turned out pretty good, the guitar does get a little annoying when it plays the same note repetitively on 8th notes, but at the same time it almost makes it sounds like an amateur recording, so it kinda makes it more realistic by being less than perfect. lol.

Anyway, sounds pretty good, nice work.

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KKSlider60 responds:

Lo-fi for the effin win! Woot! XD
Yes, no problems when playing arpeggios, but for ostinato passages it's a nightmare.
Thanks for the quick review, man :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pretty sweet

I will need see if i can get the same kinda VSTi for fl studio. Wouldent have guessed that was virtual.

The ta ta ta thing is becuase of the mastering (i think) so have a little tinker with that and see if that helps.


Check out my track thats in ad thread mate if you have a minute

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KKSlider60 responds:

Thank you, I will check out your track :D
I think it's either a matter of samples or some other setting I have yet to figure out. It's a pretty cheap option since Ministry of Rock 2 costs over 9000 dollars... XDD