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EDIT: Reuploaded a better version, remastered.

This is a remake of a Fruity Loops 3 song with the same name. I can't remember the name of the artist who made it in FL3, but I think it was Toby or something like that. Been searching for him around, but since Ampcast has died (and that was quite some time ago) seems I can't find almost any of the guys that did stuff in old FL3 :P.

Anyway, hope you like it, enjoy! :)

EDIT: Just noticed I misspelled "Arcade" in the title.. well that's a bit stupid :P oh well.

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your goood =D

Death dont knock......Death kicks yo motherfukin door in.
monster stompin song u got here :D
sum it all up in 4 words........Death On Electric Wheels! >:D

It's a little bit slow, which might not be my favorite thing. If we ignore that, this song is awesome - I'll try to see if i can put it somewhere in my DnB collection where the tempo doesn't change too extremely.
I like your drums because they sound a little more like ordinary songs, while this song still carry the characteristics of the Drum and Bass genre :)

If it's a Toby guy your looking for, than it's probably Toby Emerson. He's done the demo for FL Studio 10 and 8 as well from what i know since i own both. Check him out, he's probably who your thinking of. I really liked this remake but i think the crash cymbals need either turned down some or the highs in the EG need to be lowered. other than that, pretty good!

xenith800 responds:

Thanks for the info, will defo check him out. :D

Nice use of drums man! pretty nice 5/5

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