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  • [WipEout HD / Fury]: Aero-R's Score

    16 Jul 2009, 16:13 by aero_sound

    Last update: July 16th, 2008

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    WipEout HD, as every wipE'out'', has an important music part on it as we already know. The 90s, the electronic music side in UK.. the underground... but maybe this installment in the series with the Zone special design was getting more if possible when talking about the music on it. Those dynamic equalizers were asking each second for a new frequency.

    From the very start of my travel in the game I was asking myself about particular and specialized songs for it. I felt on that moment I should enjoy the default music first, specially 5.1 mastered for WipEout HD, until I had finished, or at least started in a right way, the design of a custom soundtrack at the quality level of WipEout HD.

    I was looking for music that would fit the design and concept art of the game. I was not looking for music with important vocal parts at all, neither slow music because I only loved Phantom speed and its feelings. …
  • New Top 10

    5 Jul 2008, 09:17 by Jelze

    After at least 2-3 years, I decided to get around to doing a new all time favourite top 10. Of course, with a lot more music to chose from now, the task was a lot harder than it had been previously and the new list has probably taken at least 2 weeks of thinking and tweaking to get it to how I want it.

    Top 10 Version 4
    no 10 Breathe- The Prodigy
    Previously number 1. Still brilliant song, but not at the same level as others at the moment.
    no 09 I Believe (DJ Tandu Remix)- Lange
    Discovered from DJ Tiesto's In Search of Sunrise 1 along with Dark Blue.
    no 08 Remember- BT
    My favourite BT song, hard decision whether or not to put more BT in the charts, but this remains the only song of his in here.
    no 07 In My Memory- DJ Tiesto
    For a long time fairly undiscovered by me as I listened to a lot of Tiesto's other works excessively before discovering this gem.
    no 06 Veridis Quo- Daft Punk
    Described by Jayzamann as Medieval Electro, this song is probably in my opinion the most underrated Daft Punk song. …