Title: Quasispace - Mystic Shadows
Remix Pack: 0 - Bonus Tracks
Track #: 0
Length: 3:53
Remixed by: Jouni Airaksinen
Original written by: Kevin Palivec
Remix of: QUASI.MOD
Comments: As I already had made one remix of the QuasiSpace theme, I wanted to make another more like the original. No drums, just the melodies. Some people seem to prefer this one over my first remix.

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July 28th, 2015 - 19:17:18

Nevermind, I've found it. And I'll leave it here for anyone who may be interested: star-control(dot)com/fan/music/Mark-Vera/mark-vera-arispace.ogg

July 26th, 2015 - 07:41:23

Is this one available in ogg format?

July 27th, 2013 - 18:26:45

I love this track so much. Is there any chance to get it in better quality?

March 30th, 2010 - 01:27:19

If only the hyperspace remix was this good.

Drew Pan
December 16th, 2009 - 12:17:13

All good! Except yeah, the horns seem a bit out of place. I always felt the Quasispace music was supposed to be soothing and safe. It was the only place in the game where you could park your Precursor starship and fall asleep without feeling threatened. No random encounters, no asteroids, no planetary bodies to collide into you.

The horns sorta take that comfort blanket feeling away... and make it more like you're sailing on a grand voyage, which is more Hyperspace than Quasispace in my humble opinion.

November 9th, 2008 - 09:40:54

As far as I'm concerned, Mystic Shadows is the more appropriate remix compared to Through the Angles of Space. The horns may come a bit too strong, though, but otherwise a worthy remix to the greatness that was the Quasispace theme.

April 27th, 2006 - 16:50:39

I must say that this follows the original hand in hand. However, I somewhat prefer the earlier remix. The ambient sound that was played gave me more of a sense of travelling quasispace. But nothing against this one---they both are composed admirably. I've done a great many local movies in my time with friends and interested actors/tresses. These composures of music would fit some of them quite well. I was also addicted to the game. Eventually, I'd like to make a movie of it. It's a great story, and I would love to have your music in it.

February 13th, 2006 - 19:30:05


I've been a fan of Star Control for the past 15 years and finished I, II, and III various times at certain points in my life. And this simple tune is still my most favourite. I've even wrote the piano script lol. Thanks for bringing out the life in it and keep up the good work.

I'm a software engineer now. Someday I hope to make Star Control 4 or Star Control 3D live-action on the internet (like ATC online or Gunz) so that old fans can play each other over the internet, wherever they are...

February 10th, 2006 - 06:45:07

Yep, excellent. One of the best remixes I've ever heard, its original, has vision and inspires.

August 27th, 2004 - 04:07:37

I relistened to this very carefully to see if the horns do sound strident but I don't think they really do. Maybe if they were used throughout the entire song. What I like about this arrangement is that the horns convey a sense of majesty and strength, but just when they have said what they have to say, they give way to the softer more melodic flute. It's like a symbiosis of emotion, conveying both strength and power and haunting contenplation and peace. To they compliment each other quite nicely without overdoing either.

August 24th, 2004 - 21:36:50

I like the bells, but the synth/horn sound which frequently gets the main tune sounds a little strident, even if it is quiet.
I vastly prefer the use of the flute.

August 24th, 2004 - 03:06:12

This sounds really great. It's almost symphonic. Probably one of the best 3 songs you've done.