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Space Racer

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Fly in to space with your gay moped and race your way to the andromeda

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Man if I ever come around making my space trading sim I've planned for ages and never implemented this will be on the title screen.

One of the best intros of an electronic song I've heard in a while. It was simple, well though out, and effective. Great choice for synths, I love how it had a slight pitch-wobble to it. It also had excellent reverb, it gave it a very spacey vibe.

The sub-bass was also super cool. I could barely hear its pitch, but it sure rumbled my headphones. I liked the contrast between the lead synth and the kick/bass. Sometimes I get annoyed when a song has too many instruments sharing the same frequency range and they start to step on each others toes, but your song handled that beautifully. Each instrument was clear and separate from one another and I loved it.

This is a petty concern, and totally based on personal taste, but I don't like grand piano in my electronic songs. Why? I don't know, just don't like it. I probably would like it more if it were some other electro-mechanical piano like a Wurlitzer 200 or a Fender Rhodes Mk II.

Anyways, amazing job. Now excuse me, I must ride my gay moped.

Nervousnoob responds:

Glad you liked it!

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Nov 22, 2017
11:14 AM EST
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7.1 MB
3 min 6 sec

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