Escapist, music enthusiast, wannabe 3d environment artist and social retard. I've been a big fan of video games since I was a small kid. My favorite genres are FPS, RPG and the occasional racing game, although there are many exceptions. In general I love any game that has a strong atmosphere or I find otherwise immersive.

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Crux_Borealis Mar 12 2015, 7:03am replied:

Flixulub crater?

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Crux_Borealis Feb 10 2015, 4:13am says: +1 vote   media: Norwegian Metal
Crux_Borealis Dec 9 2014, 9:20am says:

Can also be used as an advent calendar

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Crux_Borealis Nov 30 2014, 7:07am says:

What is this based on? Doesn't this alpha/beta thing usually refer to individuals who (try to) dominate the group and others who don't care about it? Because if so, I've certainly come across many immature alpha-type people.

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Crux_Borealis Nov 2 2014, 2:10pm says:

That's a handy shortcut

+1 vote   media: How machos park cars
Crux_Borealis Sep 25 2014, 2:59pm replied:

Or a truck truck

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Crux_Borealis Aug 19 2014, 5:42am says:

Reminded me of this

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Crux_Borealis Jul 12 2014, 2:38am replied:

Even if it costs less than a dollar? That's actually rather generous :p

+1 vote   media: Smile.
Crux_Borealis Jun 4 2014, 5:34am says:

Maybe it's a very talkative walrus

+4 votes   media: GIGA GIGANTIC collection of You’re Doing it Wrong
Crux_Borealis Jun 4 2014, 4:14am says:

They said I could be anything...

+7 votes   media: GIGA GIGANTIC collection of You’re Doing it Wrong
Crux_Borealis Jun 4 2014, 4:13am says:

Somehow I find this actually pretty cool

+7 votes   media: GIGA GIGANTIC collection of You’re Doing it Wrong
Crux_Borealis Jun 3 2014, 4:57am says:

Kill them with fire?

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Crux_Borealis May 29 2014, 4:47am replied:

The thought of the creature using Facebook and actually calling himself World's Largest Spider amuses me greatly for some reason

+1 vote   media: have some more humour
Crux_Borealis May 19 2014, 12:30pm says:

Seems like they have empirical evidence to back it up

+7 votes   media: have some
Crux_Borealis Mar 15 2014, 2:33am replied:

The phone makes it difficult to see his wrist so I doubt it's that either.

I bet it is the knuckles.

+2 votes   media: Under watch!
Crux_Borealis Feb 7 2014, 3:52am replied:

Yep, they tend to be overprotective of their engines so you have to distract them with money

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Crux_Borealis Jan 21 2014, 5:56am replied:

It indeed is 4, and I love how it looks shorter than the edge that is supposed to be 3 :D

+1 vote   media: Funny Test Answers
Crux_Borealis Dec 2 2013, 3:28am says:

Kinda looks like the cashier couldn't believe his eyes at first. I also like how the tiger is just casually strolling into the store like it is something it does daily :D

+1 vote   media: Have some stuff (GIF version)
Crux_Borealis Nov 18 2013, 2:55am says:

Mum is right: in reality Lawrence's brother has thicker torso, smaller head and longer legs than in his drawing :p

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Crux_Borealis Nov 5 2013, 3:18am says:

Self-built PC with Windows 7. Great price/performance ratio. I can do everything I ever want with it too, including graphics and audio so I can't think of a reason why I should really have a Mac :p

I have to mention though that my girlfriend has some kind of Macbook she bought 3 years ago and it still seems to run about as well as it did back then. I can't say the same about the Windows 7 laptop I bought around that time. That thing is incredibly slow these days, even though I've been regularly cleaning the registry and defragmenting disks, the kind of stuff that kept my Windows XP machine fast for some 5 years. Then again, my laptop is one of those cheapish ones with tons of OEM crap.

+4 votes   poll: What version of Mac OS X do you use?
Crux_Borealis Aug 30 2013, 9:52am says:

Hungry, huh? How about Germny, Itly or Cnd?

+4 votes   media: Name*
Crux_Borealis Sep 2 2009, 3:34pm replied:

Wow at yourself, too :P That must be the most horrible group membership application I've seen. First you say you don't like the way we do things and then you suddenly want to be part of us. Desperate to get something to do, huh? :D Plus if you take things so seriously you get offended by such a harmless post I doubt you have a "clue whats fun" either.

+2 votes   company: GEMS
Crux_Borealis Aug 23 2009, 1:48am says:

I suppose you are looking for free software? :) I don't know of any free DAWs (apart from those on Linux) but you could try trackers. In my experience MadTracker 2 is the best free one out there.

+1 vote   member: bloodstalker
Crux_Borealis Jul 18 2009, 6:48am says:

Interesting. Good luck with those levels :)

+1 vote   news: New Path We are following.
Crux_Borealis May 21 2009, 9:35am says:

Softsynths? I haven't gotten much into those yet but I reckon Texture would be good for ambient stuff ( Kore Player has some killer sounds too, but I'm not sure if it exactly can be called a synth. It seems to use a lot of CPU power too. If you however want to give it a try, it can be downloaded here :)

+1 vote   member: bloodstalker
Crux_Borealis Apr 29 2009, 7:03am replied:

Yeah, that happens from time to time :/
If you ever feel like Audacity isn't enough, you could try Kristal ( It feels more like the professional programs out there but is free for non-commercial use. It's been a few years since I've used it but I recall it being pretty good.

+2 votes   group: Musicians at ModDB
Crux_Borealis Apr 28 2009, 9:15am replied:

In my experience Audacity is rather versatile for recording single sounds but it's just horrible for making music (multitracking etc). And I don't even want to think how it would be like to use it for mixing :)

+2 votes   group: Musicians at ModDB
Crux_Borealis Apr 28 2009, 3:47am replied:

Thanks, that was helpful :) I guess I'll just keep trying then.
T-RackS you say? It is surely good but I'll be using free plugins (some great stuff there, too!) for now as I'm going to get better equipment for recording first :)

+2 votes   group: Musicians at ModDB
Crux_Borealis Apr 27 2009, 3:53am says:

Yet another quick question :p
How did you guys learn to mix and master? My problem is, the more I try or read stuff about it the more scared I become. It seems so complicated :/

+1 vote   group: Musicians at ModDB
Crux_Borealis Apr 20 2009, 2:18pm replied:

Thanks :) Although dark ambient is not my main thing, I find the genre quite interesting and will occasionally attempt to do something like it.

+1 vote   group: The Dark Ambient Group
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