[Track] Gravity Assist


Gravity Assist is a conceptual piece inspired by the NASA Juno Mission- it was composed shortly after receiving a Juno Mission medallion as a surprise gift from United Launch Alliance for the digital artwork contributed to the Juno Arrival Celebratory Competition.





Space Music, Synthwave, New Age, Instrumental, Cathedral, Church Organ, Darkwave, Space Opera

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Tools Used

Clinkster VSTi
Renoise (Win32)
LumaFusion (Video)

Additional Notes

Gravity Assist was significantly inspired by the NASA Juno Mission to Planet Jupiter
This is a Wind Turbine
This is a Wind Turbine
Wind Turbine
Juno rotates very much like a wind turbine in order to expose all of its instruments to the planet.

Gravity Assist is technically a massive track both in sound and in the synth editor (Renoise). The virtual instrument used to create it is more commonly used in specialised computer-scene situations. The special power of this particular instrument is its ability to compile its own song data into a self-running executable file-

In this instance, a tiny 4.7 kilobyte executable file- compatible with 64-bit Microsoft Windows computers. If curious, the binary can be obtained here.

The binary will execute for approximately 6 minutes while it precalculates audio into RAM, and then behold, it will play!

The virtual instrument (Clinkster) is used to produce the music for real-time technical graphics productions (or ‘intros’ as we call them in the demoscene). These small, all-in-one productions are frequently created by groups of people (combining skill sets such as coding, graphics and music) which are then put to a competition and then a collective vote.

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