Space Station

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"Space Station"
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Song by Linkin Park
Released December 10, 2012
Format Digital
Length 2:58

Stagelight track listing

Stagelight Linkin Park Edition:

  1. Bruiser
  2. Loop Jam 1
  3. Loop Jam 2
  4. Space Station

Free download:

  1. Complimentary

Stagelight Linkin Park Bundle II:

  1. Asteroids

Background

On November 29, 2012, Open Labs announced a new music software, StageLight, which they described as "GarageBand for PCs." The software company worked once again with PC manufacturer Dell and with Linkin Park.

Stagelight was designed to take advantage of the touchscreen-centric nature of Windows 8, although it also works with a standard QWERTY keyboard and mouse. It allows regular instruments like guitars or drums to be used as well, as long as the user’s computer has the the proper inputs.

Mike Shinoda helped Open Labs to create an user-friendly interface for StageLight. Speaking to Wired, he said:

"If I’m brand new to this, I want something that’s intuitive. I want it to feel like a tablet. I want it to feel like something that, like, an 8-year-old could open it up and do it.

If you were to compare the two side by-side, I think the UI of StageLight absolutely destroys Music OS."

Open Labs product manager, Matt Presley, said:

"We’ve created a usable tool that teaches musicians and wannabe musicians essentially how to use a [digital audio workstation] interface."[1]

On December 12, 2012, the "Stagelight: Linkin Park Edition" software was released and a free download was offered to LP Underground members. "Space Station" was included in the batch of songs/samples in the software.

Versions

Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.

Title Album Length Recorded Released Notes
Space Station Stagelight 2:58 December 10, 2012
  • Released as part of Stagelight (Linkin Park Edition).
Burberry (2015 Demo) LP Underground Sixteen 1:01 2015 November 21, 2016
  • Shortened version.

Personnel

  • Chester Bennington
  • Mike Shinoda
  • Brad Delson
  • Dave "Phoenix" Farrell
  • Joseph Hahn
  • Rob Bourdon

References

  1. New Music Software StageLight Could Be ‘GarageBand for PCs’ | WIRED, November 29, 2012