A Line Rider music video, synced to Ruby Falls by Guster.
Runtime: 7 minutes.
Development Time: 95 hours of work over 2.5 years
Opal - 0:30-0:53 (23 seconds)
OTDE - 1:43-2:16 (33 seconds)
Helios - 2:16-2:20 (4 seconds)
Inspirations and special thanks in the video credits.
Done with a trackpad on a MacBook Pro.
"Wow. This is the first of its kind. Interpreting a solo at the end using line rider was insane. It must have been very hard to do but you pulled it off! There were multiple sections that I realized: ‘Wow I am watching days worth of work going by in a few seconds.’ Fantastic job as always."
- DoodleChaos (Line Rider artist)
"Talk about innovation. What a track! I love it. Great job rabid and everyone involved."
- Helios (Line Rider artist)
"It’s always astounding to me how well you know this software and make it work in a meaningful way!"
- Funky Fresh Rhymes
"This was so so good. This is nearing perfection from a line rider track. It was so smooth and well choreographed. The solo parts, look so amazing. So so cool. Love it."
- The Duke MC
"Great as always. Words can never do this level of talent justice."
- Common Rattata
"So damn good! Made me fall in love with the song. Well done!"
"This is now my favorite thing ever. I cannot express how perfect this is and how much I love this. My favorite song just got better.”
"The drums and sax synchronization work so well. Awesome job Ben!"
- Cale Oglesby
"Amazing work. This is another awesome way to visualize music, see it and feel it."
"What a brilliant visualisation for a guitar solo. Works perfectly."
"The way you embodied the character of the song within a few lines is way beyond my comprehension. This might be my favorite line rider ever. Top notch."
- Jack Britton
"This is... amazing. A whole new kind of music visualization, and it's so wonderfully artistic and smooth. I love the attention to detail - I'll see the tiniest of things and know you put a ton of effort into making them work exactly the way they should, and I respect you a ton for that... Your work is amazing and terribly underrated and I love it!"
"Watching this really makes me wonder just how far one could push the limits of Line Rider crossed with like, music theory itself. Matching certain motions or movements or whatever to certain pitches and then seeing how those harmonies work together to make some patterns occur or whatever. This is phenomenal and I adore it."