Insomniac has backed Harmonix's Kickstarter for Amplitude to the tune of $7500, enough to see one of its own songs included in the HD remake.

"Music games have always been a huge hit at Insomniac," wrote Insomniac founder and CEO Ted Price in a blog.

He added: "Reviving Amplitude is something that requires all of the community to band together and help it though, and Harmonix has turned to Kickstarter in trying to inspire the community to pledge funds to make the game.

"There's only four days left, and still about 50% of the way to go. If the money isn't raised, the game won't happen. We are big fans of both Harmonix and Amplitude, and we want to see Amplitude HD. As such, Insomniac has backed the game at the $7,500 level. We hope if you liked Amplitude or Frequency, or just love great music games in general, you'll consider pledging too."

This means that if the game is made, Insomniac's own track "Crazy Ride", which charts the studio's history, will be included in the game.

You can back Amplitude here, and check out Ted Price in a rocking wig below.

The backing of Insomniac may be too late for Amplitude, which needs to raise an additional $300,000 in only three days if it is to succeed.