Album: Deus Ex: Sonic Augmentation

A free Doujin / Fanmade arrange album, published by OverClocked ReMix on 2013-05-06

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Deus Ex, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and Deus Ex: Invisible War

Game: Deus Ex: Human RevolutionGame: Deus Ex: Invisible WarGame: Deus Ex

  • Catalog Number: OCRA-0039
  • Published: 2013-05-06 by OverClocked ReMix
  • Media: Digital

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Disc 1

1. The Search for Ambrosia (NYC Streets) 5:02
2. Human Soldier (UNATCO) 4:01
3. Siren Synapse [The Synapse (Hong Kong Streets), Main Title] 4:24
4. Tears in Rain (Seattle - Lower Seattle & Heron's Loft) 5:11
5. Ma Chérie Nicolette (DuClare Chateau, Main Title) 4:50
6. Distortion HQ (UNATCO) 3:22
7. Adapt Evolve Survive (Medley) 2:57
8. The God Machine (Medley) 6:23

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Discussion: Latest 15 comments/reviews; view the complete thread or post your own.
Liontamer
on 2015-03-25 10:15:34
I was just resetting some gain levels on the mp3 copy of this, and noticed they are pretty severely clipped, looking at them in audacity.

Didn´t notice by ear, but seems someone did a lousy job on them.

I am gonna rerip them from the flacs.

Maybe someone should fix them here too.

Awesome album!

The FLAC MP3s are made from the same WAVs. Also, Audacity's "Show Clipping" isn't a good indicator of anything. Clipping isn't the same as distortion, so you can distort something (whether accidentally, or purposefully as a production technique), and as long it doesn't peak over 0db, Audacity wouldn't treat it as clipping.

No matter what frequency goes above 0db, even if it's in a super high frequency range super brief, it'll register as "clipping" in Audacity. That's why you didn't notice anything "by ear"; nothing is actually messed up.

yoryocor
on 2015-03-25 08:19:53

I was just resetting some gain levels on the mp3 copy of this, and noticed they are pretty severely clipped, looking at them in audacity.

Didn´t notice by ear, but seems someone did a lousy job on them.

I am gonna rerip them from the flacs.

Maybe someone should fix them here too.

Awesome album!

Actually the FLACs are bad too, but I realized it is just certain songs. The arteest must have uploaded clipped stuff. Not what I would expect from semi pro musicians, alas!

Vig
on 2013-06-01 17:04:43

LoL!!~

7890

Sinescape
on 2013-05-31 17:10:47

Ah, thanks for clarifying.

Liontamer
on 2013-05-31 11:36:47
However, I think I have found a bug with the last track, Vig's "The God Machine". There are a couple of sound skips at 0:20 and 0:23. They seem vaguely rhythmical, but there is no definitive rhythm established at that point, so I can't imagine they're intentional. The skips are present in the FLAC and MP3 versions in the Bittorrent download and in fact both files decode flawlessly, so I guess it's in the source file.

Can anyone verify? I've already redownloaded the whole package, but this persists.

That's not a bug, it's deliberate.

Level 99
on 2013-05-31 11:29:31
I, too, have nothing but praise for this album, my favorite track being halc's "Human Soldier".

However, I think I have found a bug with the last track, Vig's "The God Machine". There are a couple of sound skips at 0:20 and 0:23. They seem vaguely rhythmical, but there is no definitive rhythm established at that point, so I can't imagine they're intentional. The skips are present in the FLAC and MP3 versions in the Bittorrent download and in fact both files decode flawlessly, so I guess it's in the source file.

Can anyone verify? I've already redownloaded the whole package, but this persists.

I believe that is deliberate in his song. It's been in every version I've heard.

Sinescape
on 2013-05-31 07:41:57

I, too, have nothing but praise for this album, my favorite track being halc's "Human Soldier".

However, I think I have found a bug with the last track, Vig's "The God Machine". There are a couple of sound skips at 0:20 and 0:23. They seem vaguely rhythmical, but there is no definitive rhythm established at that point, so I can't imagine they're intentional. The skips are present in the FLAC and MP3 versions in the Bittorrent download and in fact both files decode flawlessly, so I guess it's in the source file.

Can anyone verify? I've already redownloaded the whole package, but this persists.

alrubedo
on 2013-05-08 11:15:47

Not going to lie, I haven't played Deus Ex since Conspiracy. But this? This album made me fall back in love with the games again.

I've been listening to the tracks since downloading it and I can't find anything I DON'T like. The overall sound quality rests well on my ears, the sound of the tracks is varied enough to play repeatedly, and the final track - The God Machine?

Favorite.

Following it is Siren Synapse. Tears in Rain and Distortion are two close runner-ups.

kitty
on 2013-05-06 19:37:56

Yay album!

djpretzel
on 2013-05-06 16:01:33
k_sze
on 2013-05-05 04:58:58

Oooooo…

Does that mean we are getting the FLACs on Monday?

Melbu Frahma
on 2013-05-04 15:22:39
DusK
on 2013-04-26 21:23:38

I found it interesting that I was credited on this album. Imo, it wasn't necessary. I literally did about 10 minutes of work for that track, and all I did was record exactly what Dj Mokram wanted me to play and shoot the WAVs back to him.

He's the star of that track. I was an instrument.

TillyFun
on 2013-04-26 21:21:04

After Siren Synapse a few years ago, I never thought you'd manage to do a whole album of the stuff. I can't even pick a favourite from this one - they're all great! :D

Calm ... upbeat ... tech ... awesome! ^_^

Liontamer
on 2013-04-26 19:31:19
So when is this being released on OCR, if ever?

Eventually! (Soon-ish!)