Video Game Vocal Trax: “Cybertek,” A Windows Movie Maker Tribute To Tommy Tallarico

Despite his recent discovery and encouragement of That which will bring about the End Of Days, I have a grudging respect for game music composer Tommy Tallarico. He created some great stuff with the Sega Genesis’ sound hardware, and his Video Games Live concert series does admirable work in promoting video game music as an art form.

His music credits extend as far back as 1993’s bizarre non-game Color A Dinosaur for the NES; incredibly, he’s not afraid to talk about the experience. More recently, he contributed to the PETA parody game Super Tofu Boy, which makes for a wonderfully obscure footnote in one’s career.

One particular track from his discography stands out, however. “Cybertek,” a song from the Sega CD game The Terminator, is Tallarico’s take on the rave genre. It plays in the background of the game’s Tech Noir club stage. To discuss it further would spoil the experience of a first-time listening, but it suffices to say that it’s a remarkable piece of work.

Obviously, the song deserves a tribute that could only be produced with Windows Movie Maker 2.6. After capturing a handful of screenshots and scripting a high-concept music video, I partnered with Movie Maker expert Bridgeport Cat to bring my vision to life. I think she did a bang-up job.

4 Responses to “Video Game Vocal Trax: “Cybertek,” A Windows Movie Maker Tribute To Tommy Tallarico”

  1. Spinner 8 Says:

    holy cow

  2. BBH Says:

    truly, this is what Windows Movie Maker was made for. It’s beautiful

  3. sebmal Says:

    You did it, Tommy. You did it.

  4. Omar Hamid Garcia Harfuch Says:

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