Just a heads up to you people at newgrounds: I will not be active for a month or so due to some personal matters that have arisen. I'll be seeing you all when I get back.
I'm back, and sooner than expected.
Hey guys! I made this account so that I could share some of my music. If you'd like to know a litle more about me, click the link below.
Posted by ubertuna - September 25th, 2008
It's been a while, but I have finally uploaded a couple new songs. One of them is a DnB song that I've been working on, and I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. The other is a piano piece that I'm writing as a tribute to YourMentalDisorder, one of my favorite portal musicians (he removed his audio due to zero-bombing ;.(... ). I hope you guys enjoy them!
Posted by ubertuna - June 3rd, 2008
I recently purchased a flight simulator/game and I thought that I'd tell you guys a bit about it.
X-Plane 9 is an ultra-realistic flight simulator developed by Laminar Research. There are thirty flyable planes, plus you can create your own using the plane maker tool or download user made planes off of the internet. The game comes with over 60 gigabytes off global scenery, allowing you to fly anywhere in the entire world and experience it in extreme detail. You can also design your own scenery. You can fly from hundreds of airports across the world, customize weather settings, and fly in different scenarios including airdrops, fighting forest fires, and landing on aircraft carriers.
I *really* enjoyed this game. It was a little hard to get the hang of the controls, but it is quite amazing what the game can do after you become more experienced. It was a little cumbersome flying with the mouse, so I decided to purchase a USB joystick. That really made flying easier and more fun. The 60 GB of scenery is spread across 6 DVDs. Yes, 6. Only one of them needs to be installed for the game to work though (it includes the game and the U.S. scenery), the rest are optional. I would highly recommend this game to any flight buffs out there, X-Plane 9 is a great simulator with extreme realism and flexibility. It doesn't lag too much either (if you have a reasonable video card and don't go crazy with the graphics settings)!
You can find out more about X-Plane 9 here!
Posted by ubertuna - June 2nd, 2008
ARGH! I finally figured out how to edit my old audio submissions, I feel so stupid now :/ Anyway, I'm submitting updates for all songs that need to be updated, and I'm removing all songs that have updated version posted. And I'm fixing that name problem with "Little Spirals" and "Happy Little Spirals." And I'm adding album artwork to my old songs.
Posted by ubertuna - May 30th, 2008
I currently have 4 songs within the top 20 classical! Yay! I'm not sure how long this is gonna last, but hey, live for the moment! Another one of my songs is rated #3 in ambient. ubertuna=teh happeez!
Edit: You can't see it too well in the picture, but my songs are #6, #8, #17, and #18.