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#101 Posted by rpratts (76 posts) -

That was great..

#102 Posted by Maajin (1089 posts) -

So great! I would love to know what Jeff or Ryan thought about it!

#103 Posted by pickassoreborn (534 posts) -

Very, very awesome indeed.

#104 Posted by IAmNotBatman (656 posts) -

Everytime this gets bumped up in the forums, I watch it again. It's still great :D

#105 Posted by DougQuaid (1275 posts) -

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes!

#106 Posted by Quintessence (39 posts) -

This is fantastic! lol.

#107 Posted by and333 (843 posts) -

Nice love it...you are amazing keep up the good work dude!

#108 Posted by jonano (366 posts) -

that was great i wish the Jarassic Park theme was in there somewhere though

#109 Posted by DeltaDreamer (113 posts) -

Pure brilliance.

#110 Posted by Evilsbane (4743 posts) -

Well Merry Fucking Christmas to you to, THAT WAS SICK!

#111 Posted by Chango (541 posts) -

Don't even care for dubstep (yes I said it), but I approve.

#112 Edited by fisk0 (4493 posts) -

@Arker101 said:

Man, stuff like this really makes me want to go out and buy Video and Music editing software just for the hell of it, but I know I'd be too crappy at it, anyways.

Great stuff Hamst3r.

It's great fun even if the results turn out horrible, and for starters there are plenty of free (legally so) options. Hamst3r said he used Jeskola Buzz Tracker for this, which is free software (which I personally never managed to get running on my machines), similar music software in the Tracker category are Open Modplug Tracker (OpenMPT) and MadTracker 2, both of which supports the industry standards like VST plugins and ASIO low latency sound cards, if we go to the more "traditional" music sequencer software there is Linux MultiMedia Studio (LMMS), which despite it's name implying otherwise is multiplatform, with a Windows version available, and which is pretty similar to stuff like FL Studio, Cakewalk, Cubase etc.

FL Studio is a somewhat cheap place to start with more professional grade software. If you're using Mac I think GarageBand and that kind of stuff is somewhat cheap as well, if we don't count the 600% hardware price increase.

#113 Posted by Hamst3r (4564 posts) -
@fisk0 said:

@Arker101 said:

Man, stuff like this really makes me want to go out and buy Video and Music editing software just for the hell of it, but I know I'd be too crappy at it, anyways.

Great stuff Hamst3r.

Hamst3r said he used Jeskola Buzz Tracker for this

That would be the old Giant Bombstep. I've since switched to a program called Reaper. It's more of a traditional sequencer. Here's a pic of the new Bombstep in Reaper:
 
#114 Posted by fisk0 (4493 posts) -

@Hamst3r said:

@fisk0 said:

@Arker101 said:

Man, stuff like this really makes me want to go out and buy Video and Music editing software just for the hell of it, but I know I'd be too crappy at it, anyways.

Great stuff Hamst3r.

Hamst3r said he used Jeskola Buzz Tracker for this

That would be the old Giant Bombstep. I've since switched to a program called Reaper. It's more of a traditional sequencer. Here's a pic of the new Bombstep in Reaper:

Yeah, I must've read the comment on the other video, that program looks like it's a cheap option to start with too though. :)

#115 Posted by Jimi (1126 posts) -

This is the greatest thing since that guy made the disney giantbomb song.

#116 Posted by The_Reflection (255 posts) -

as someone still rather new to the community, what was all that green screen footage from and where can I watch it all?

#117 Posted by LiquidPrince (16178 posts) -

I love you.

#118 Posted by SpartyOn (500 posts) -

@Hamst3r: I just bought a nice pair of Beats by Dr. Dre Solo HD headphones and this video took their virginity.....and I couldn't be any happier about that fact. Bravo Sir.

#119 Posted by Meelis (38 posts) -

that was great, just enough wobble. A little bit more and it would have been ridiculous.

#120 Posted by Wuddel (2100 posts) -

Where is the part at 0:25 from?

#121 Posted by Hamst3r (4564 posts) -
@The_Reflection said:
as someone still rather new to the community, what was all that green screen footage from and where can I watch it all?
@Wuddel said:

Where is the part at 0:25 from?

http://www.giantbomb.com/videos/ 
 
Click "Features" as the video type and go to the oldest page, page 17.
#122 Posted by Box3ru13 (710 posts) -

Fucking amazing good sir, fucking amazing.

#123 Posted by Hunkadunkasaurus (166 posts) -

I wub dis!

#124 Posted by Valames (726 posts) -

This has completed my bucket list. Thank you.

#125 Posted by hermes (1610 posts) -

I want you to know, that even though I'm sitting down. I'm giving you a standing ovation...

#126 Posted by Sjupp (1911 posts) -

I have to bump this. Just because. God fucking damn it this is ridiculously good.

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#127 Posted by turbomonkey138 (4956 posts) -

Seriously man you out did your self this time. Amazing work :)

#128 Posted by vinster345 (138 posts) -

Oh good merciful.......so great!!!

#129 Posted by Scrawnto (2466 posts) -

How incredible would it be if they actually used this as the theme for the first Bombcast of the new year? Amazing work, duder!

#130 Posted by selbie (1969 posts) -

I'm assuming this is already on the Trackmania server right? It has to be...

#131 Posted by artofwar420 (6311 posts) -

Godly.

#132 Posted by cooljammer00 (2047 posts) -

@Scrawnto said:

How incredible would it be if they actually used this as the theme for the first Bombcast of the new year? Amazing work, duder!

I'd like to see them use it, but it's kinda long and there is a lot of talking/dialogue clips

#133 Posted by Jadeskye (4368 posts) -

@Hamst3r: This is the most badass shit i've ever seen. Hamst3r you've done it again.

#134 Posted by Zero_ (1977 posts) -

I've got the minute chorus as my ringtone now and people have been wondering why I take so long to answer now, worth it.

#135 Posted by Cheesebob (1249 posts) -

That is some pure filth!

#136 Posted by Tupacalypse (131 posts) -

awesome loved the 1st one

#137 Posted by Tupacalypse (131 posts) -

@Mendelson9: seriously, would be the most epic screen saver

#138 Posted by JCrichton (55 posts) -

@Hamst3r: that was awesome.

#139 Posted by FirebirdINF (275 posts) -

filfay

#140 Edited by Mahonay (828 posts) -

Just...

Amazing.

#141 Posted by munnyman5 (186 posts) -

OHH SHIT DROP A BOMB ON IT

Both Giant Bombstep tracks are my mufuckin' JAMZ, son!

Now if you'll excuse me, I have to take a hot shower, because that bass was FILTHY.

#142 Edited by RuthLoose (836 posts) -

Brad Shoemaker's, "Why would I listen to it," always gets me in the best possible way.

#143 Posted by Nonentity (239 posts) -

Hooooly shit. That is really good.

#144 Posted by Kiri90 (264 posts) -

Nice! Brad as Nathan Drake looked pretty funny.

#145 Posted by illegalnull (110 posts) -

Wow that was amazing! speechless...

#146 Posted by messyfingers (2 posts) -

good use of dubstep thank you

#147 Posted by me3639 (1852 posts) -

Wowzer. One  of  the best ever. Great Job!

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#148 Posted by ViciousAnchovy (799 posts) -

I wish I had seen this sooner.

#149 Posted by jillsandwich (760 posts) -

FUCK EVERYTHING ELSE ON THE TRACKMANIA SERVER, THIS IS THE ONLY SONG

#150 Posted by TehBuLL (615 posts) -

"holy shit, brad shoemaker's here"...can't argue those words of wisdom.