Reviews for "pROgraM vs. Us3R"
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permalink Sat, Jan 29, 2011 @ 11:46 AM
It sounds like this could be soundtrack from the trailer. I defintly hear the motors and there’s a story in this track.
I love the action of all the synth parts never a dull moment. The nice fat bass sound and great synths make this a great track!
added to my favourits
permalink Sat, Jan 29, 2011 @ 2:36 PM
Catch of the day!
permalink Sat, Jan 29, 2011 @ 6:55 PM
I’m a sucker for anything that starts with thunder. The high speed beeping and synths certainly tells a story about fast cars thundering down the road, to second Abstract Audio.
permalink Sun, Jan 30, 2011 @ 4:17 AM
Absolutely great! This is at least as good as the Daft Punk soundtrack stuff, probably better.
permalink Sun, Jan 30, 2011 @ 8:13 AM
You have an awesome sound. This type of track is right up my street. Nice work.
permalink Sun, Jan 30, 2011 @ 3:58 PM
listening in cans. your sounds are so clear and distinct. the way you grow each section (love the placement of the whizzing car).
thanks for including me. it’s an honor travis!
did you like the new Tron?
I liked the new Tron because I like Tron and techie stories in general, but it definitely has a lot of room for improvement. I liked the special effects, but a lot of things didn’t sit right with me on it. It was more like a 2 hour daft punk music video than a movie.
Glad the track sounds good. Believe it or not, I compose my tracks on a cheap desktop computer with just some average logitech computer speakers. I can’t afford expensive music gear, speaker monitors and stuff. I’d like some nice audio equipment, but I just don’t have the funds. So I try to get the levels right the best I can with what I have to work with.
Re Tron - I agree, re it being a Daft Punk music vid, that being the case, I don’t think the movie would of been the same without DP.
Re cheap kit, glad to hear it. I use Renoise and a few VST’s only (headphones are naff too). Zero hardware… so clearly, where tech is lacking, we make up for it with raw skill ;-)
hmmmmm. this makes me think. it would be cool to see if we could get some gear companies to donate some stuff to ccM. not sure how we’d figure out how to disperse them, but damn dude, you’re so talented, new speakers have to be in your future….
one thing i’ve learned though, it isn’t as much about your gear, as it is about the creator bending the tools to his will. and knowing how to work with you ‘set of paints’ as i like to call sounds and samples.
whatever gear you have, your mixes are top notch, and in a genre all their own.
permalink Sat, Feb 5, 2011 @ 12:13 AM
Cool. In some places reminds me of the track from Beverly Hills Cop.
Must be a negaTron. Haven’t seen Tron I or II.
permalink Fri, Feb 18, 2011 @ 7:04 AM
Whoa! what an amazing ride! i just wanna strap on my rollerblades and have a little contact with the road!! amazing production as always!
permalink Mon, Mar 14, 2011 @ 4:06 AM
this could totally be something like they play on CSI when they’re analyzing data =)
permalink Fri, Aug 12, 2011 @ 7:02 PM
Love it, but when I used it in a video with a CC-BY tag and attributed it, I got a warning email saying that BFM Digital owns the copyright and will be running ads over it.
Filed dispute on YouTube with link. BFM seems to not be picky about what they claim they own.
Do they have a claim on this?