I'm making a version of this with a different logo.
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It seems like there's a lot going on here. There's that chiseled, metallic emboss that is most clear on the "O". But there also seems to be a 3D effect maybe (although it could be a copy of the logo an a separate layer I suppose). The emboss around the type is strange to me in how it is viewable at every angle. As mentioned, I figured out the gradient pattern for the face of the logo (pretty simple to do with the brush tool) but that galdern emboss just blows my mind. It looks like it was made with either a modified stroke, a copy of the logo an another layer, a 3D effect, the basic hard emboss or all of the above. It's really well done to the point that it just looks abstract to me in terms of technique. And even the emboss has what appears to be some kind of gradient applied. I'm too much of a photoshop simpleton at this stage to figure it all out though.
This is as far as I managed to get:
As you can see, it lacks that crisp look. Hmmm....
That's likely a Photoshop 3D extrusion with a small amount of beveling enabled, the material set to be very reflective, and the scene rendered with Image Based Lighting that was appropriately set to reflect just the right blue/violet parts. The bevels reflect parts of the IBL as well, giving it the polished appearance.
I like that look too.
dude, you are a boss.