And there we go. The album is finally up, incl. a couple of my well known Amiga chippies
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« on: November 19, 2012, 12:04:09 PM »
Finally, Reawakened will be previewed and released on Sunday the 9th December at 3pm EST (8pm GMT).
If you're interested in taking part, then the details are here
More to come
« on: May 10, 2012, 01:10:49 AM »
Undecided yet whether to release 3 EP's to form and album, or to just release an album, but here's some taster tracks
Be good to hear your thoughts.
« on: April 16, 2012, 03:42:23 AM »
« on: February 13, 2012, 03:41:11 AM »
Now available for the very tiny price of £0.69 on Bandcamp - http://marktdkknight.bandcamp.com/track/captive-2-liberation-theme-2011
This is the track I remade for the Immortal 4 CD, but they kinda ruined the track a bit with their mastering, so this is the original render that I supplied to them.
Would anyone be interested in a live performance of DK2? Just thinking of the possibility of getting Mark Knight / TDK on the road some time in the future.
DK2, Populous3, Duke Nukem Total Meltdown and Chip Music... maybe.....
Many of you know that I made my 'name' writing chip tunes on the Commodore Amiga, which was used in various Intro's and Cracktro's over the years, but I retired in 1993 as I was writing music full time for my job.
Since I've moved in to sound design, I write so much music now so I'm proud to announce that I've released a new chip tune.
Time for bed
« on: April 14, 2011, 09:13:19 AM »
I've added a profile of myself to Reverbnation - http://www.reverbnation.com/marktdkknight
It's relatively new, in that I've never pimped it, but I need to build an online profile again now, it's been too long.
There's a 'mailing list' signup on the front of my website, stick your email address into that and that's more or less it unless you want to create your own profile on RN. It's a pretty cool site, with lots of new music to discover.
It's finished..... After 10 years... yes, I actually started playing around with the first track, Cluffy Flouds, ten years ago.
All done, all mastered... and I'm not changing it now. That's been the problem. With no deadline, no reason to complete, I've simply not done it... but enough is enough, and CyberSpeed Unleashed (as I've decided to call it) has now been submitted to iTunes and other online retailers.
Not sure how long it will take to actually be available, but shouldn't be long (I hope),
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OK, so I'm a bit late with this one, I did say 2008, but babies and stuff kinda killed that idea.
Anyway, it's almost ready now... I've just got to get the mastering right. And I keep getting it wrong... Once it's sorted, I'll let you know.
Prolly stick another taster on soon,
For now - here's the current one - http://www.gamesounds.co.uk/audio/cyberspeed/cyberspeed_2008_taster.mp3
I've been pondering whether I should do a complete re-recording/re-mix of the Total Meltdown music, just as I have (almost) done with Cyberspeed.
The biggest setback with doing this is, unlike Cyberspeed, I don't have the sequencer data since the motherboard of the Mac clone I used to write the music went pop, and I had backed up onto Zip disk, which then got the dreaded "click of death".
Anyway, yesterday I decided to have a go at remaking Echo and the Harewoman since it's a pretty simple track really.
Here are the results.
I definately thing it's worth choosing some other tracks, and maybe creating an album of perhaps 10 remade tracks, using today's technology (and what I've learnt in the past 12 years),
I'll get the ball rolling - who knows if anyone will join this or not.. Anyway,
I'm Mark, the guy who'se set this up mainly as a repository to download game music I've written during the past 16 years that I've been working in the industry.
I'm married, have a baby son and am currently working for Codemasters in UK, looking after the sound for their racing/driving games.
I've not written any published original game music since Dungeon Keeper 2 in 1999 although I've done a bit of mobile music since then. I'm still writing music, mainly for fun and am currently working on a remix album of my 1995 Cyberspeed music (it never sounded how I wanted it to).
I started the forum as I've seen a lot of positive chatter on the internet about the music I've written for games like Duke Nukem Total Meltdown, Populous the Beginning and Cyberspeed so thought there may be an opportunity to talk about all of this stuff more.
Maybe, maybe not.. Time will tell.
Cheers for now,