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It might be cyber but it isn't very punk

By scottux on December 13, 2020 11:54 pm

Been playing an absolute shit ton of Cyberpunk 2077. Something that bothers me is just that it's a game, made by a big ol company, about Cyberpunk, which is inherently anti-corporate, and the story ends up reducing societal issues to individual struggles for the sake of making player agency more tangible and meaningful in the world's quests? There's a lot more to unpack, but basically it isn't entirely un-cyberpunk, but there are much more cyberpunk games out there without the moniker in their title.

Anyway, this track is fun. Was giving my new destructo eurorack setup some love: all the distortion/drive/etc that you hear is a live, analog effect in my eurorack. No fewer than 4 tubes were involved here. I think I need more tubes though?

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December 14, 2020 6:07 am

That's a badass track! The bass and lower layers have a crazy tone! I must say though my favorite part of the track is the top layer at the beginning, which provide a mysterious atmosphere to the track. Very cool!

December 14, 2020 5:42 pm

Wow, I didn't realize how big CD Project was. I like the tubes!

December 14, 2020 9:37 pm
Kedbreak136 wrote:

That's a badass track! The bass and lower layers have a crazy tone! I must say though my favorite part of the track is the top layer at the beginning, which provide a mysterious atmosphere to the track. Very cool!

Ah yeah it's an arp on Arturia's SEM with some verb!


Mission Crossing wrote:

Wow, I didn't realize how big CD Project was. I like the tubes!

I'm more often struck by their access to resources than their actual company size, but yeah they're pretty huge by "indie" standards right?

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