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Vospi

Vospi

Vospi


Vospi is a profilic music composer and producer (more than 200 tracks in 10 years), mainly known from music games like Pump It Up, Cytus, In The Groove etc. Releasing music through his website since 2004, he plays guitars, piano and keyboards, sings, and also does programming and producing for everything else on his records. Genre tends to stick to drum and bass, bossa-nova, ambient, acoustic rock and electronica. Based in Krasnodar, Russia. Related links: Read more on Last.fm
Vospi is a profilic music composer and producer (more than 200 tracks in 10 years), mainly known from music games like Pump It Up, Cytus, In The Groove etc. Releasing music through his website since 2004, he plays guitars, piano and keyboards, sings, and also does programming and producing for everything else on his records. Genre tends to stick to drum and bass, bossa-nova, ambient, acoustic rock and electronica. Based in Krasnodar, Russia. Related links: Vospi's official website: http://vospi.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vospi-194340505158/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Vospi Artist's instagram with track previews: https://www.instagram.com/vospi_/ "In 2006, Vospi got licensed to Roxors game In The Groove 3, to which he submits five of his songs: That Is Fair, Smells Like a Chocolate, Sun Son Sunday, Sun Son Sunday (Orange mix) and Snow Stream.

Unfortunately, ITG3 project was cancelled. In 2008, Vospi finally found his way to the world of music games through Positive Gaming's iDance product — 3 songs by Vospi featured in the final tracklist." Vospi did a couple of rhythm-game parodies under an alias 'Project Herevego'. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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