Mark 'TDK' Knight | CyberSpeed Unleashed

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CyberSpeed Unleashed

by Mark 'TDK' Knight

In 1994/1995 I wrote the soundtrack for this Sony Playstation video game. Originally cut down to fit on the game disk, 16 years later and I've completed my revisit of the soundtrack, using existing and updated sequencer files.
Genre: Electronic: Techno
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cluffy Flouds 1
7:15 $0.99
2. CyberSpeed Race 1
6:11 $0.99
3. CyberSpeed Race 2
3:54 $0.99
4. CyberSpeed Race 3
8:02 $0.99
5. CyberSpeed Race 4
4:29 $0.99
6. CyberSpeed Race 5
4:31 $0.99
7. CyberSpeed Race 6
5:14 $0.99
8. CyberSpeed Race 7
4:10 $0.99
9. Super Ship
3:29 $0.99
10. Cluffy Flouds 2
4:26 $0.99
11. Boggit Protein Accelerator (Bonus)
2:27 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


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Mark Knight, also known "TDK" (or The Dark Knight) is a well-known Amiga demoscene musician, and video game composer/sound designer. As a member of Melon Dezign and Anthrox, his chip music sounds often appeared in Crystal cracktro's for the Fairlight group among others. As a game musician, he converted several existing game tunes to the Amiga, and also made a number of original compositions for many formats from the Nintendo Entertainment System through to the PlayStation and PC.

After leaving the Amiga demo scene in 1992, he has worked for the computer game developers - Mindscape Group, 3D Realms, Bullfrog Productions, Electronic Arts, Climax Group, Visual Science and is currently working for Codemasters. His notable music compositions are used in titles such as CyberSpeed, Duke Nukem Total Meltdown, Dungeon Keeper 2, Populous: The Beginning, Warhammer: Dark Omen, and Wing Commander Amiga, and he also has sound design credits in games such as the Develop Magazine Audio Accomplishment nominated Race Driver: GRID, Develop Magazine Best art and sound nominated Sudeki, Shox, Formula One, and Theme Park World - which won a BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards award in 2000 for 'best sound in a video game'.

Mark is also a semi-professional electric violinist, using the psuedonyme 'madfiddler'



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Richard Peng

A Fun, Bass-pumping remix
Sixteen years later from the original game, Mark ‘TDK’ Knight has released CyberSpeed Unleashed, a remix album of the music from the 1995 game CyberSpeed. And boy does it get your adrenaline pumping and make you want to race again, preferably in a more modern racing game. CyberSpeed’s gameplay was… hectic, to put it nicely, but it was Mark’s music that really made the game stand out. The original game disc could be loaded into your CD player to play the soundtrack which was awesome. I fondly remember overloading a couple sets of crappy speakers listening to the CyberSpeed soundtrack at max volume when I was a kid.

The new CyberSpeed Unleashed remixes add heart-pumping bass, upgraded instruments, and some very welcome complexity to the originals, making each track a lot more interesting, while keeping the original riffs I love. The new instruments sound great, especially the butt-kicking bass instruments. Both Cluffy Flouds remixes also have all the ambiance I loved from the original tracks. The new Cluffy Flouds 2 remix is definitely one of my favorite tracks. The Boggit Protein Accelerator is another great track and is delightful light-hearted. The original game included silly future-age commercials that would air between races and this was one of the background tracks.

Some things I didn’t really like about the new remixes were some instrument choices. The low-quality violin instrument in CyberSpeed Race 5 detracted from the environmental ambiance of the track. The notes played by the violin instrument also weren’t held long enough which hurt the flow of the music. The low-high “boing” instrument in the background of CyberSpeed Race 6 was also really distracting and was just enough to prevent it from being one of my favorite tracks. I also wish Mark had incorporated more of the piano riff from the original CyberSpeed Track 5 into one of the remixes. The entire second half of Track 5 was great and was one of my favorite original tracks.

All-in-all, if you’ve played CyberSpeed before, you owe it to yourself to give this album a listen. It has all the extra excitement you wished the original tracks had and more. If you haven’t played the game before, DON’T! Just kidding! CyberSpeed has one of the best racing game soundtracks out there and should definitely be in your game music collection. CyberSpeed Unleashed is a great complement to the original soundtrack. The original has a lot more atmospheric ambiance which I enjoyed, but the new album gives you a lot more bass and is so much fun to listen to.