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Doom NES Music

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All the original Doom tunes remixed into NES- style chiptunes via Impulse Tracker (IT) format. If you don't know what a chiptune is, basically it emulates the sound of the NES, Commodore 64, etc. music engines in the form of tracker-based music (MOD, XM, S3M, IT, etc). In this case, the songs resemble what you might have heard if Doom was ported to the NES. It should be noted that these songs were converted BY HAND, without the aid of a MID->IT converter of any sort.


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Compared to the the author's other chiptune remixes, this is actually much more convincing and elaborate. Good, oldschool chiptune sound and cheesy sound effects, not mixed with GM drums or midi-esque synths. 5/5 -Maes

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This sounds like........CRAP!!!! !! 1/5 stars

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Epic. - DJShrimpy

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Okay interesting, but thats it. It makes my ears bleed, and why would you want to actually take the time to downgrade the music?

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Earlier NES, maybe, but by 1990 the MIDI had taken at least a slight leap forward.

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Good shit.

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Awesome, and i know what to do with this - godcells

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someone should make an 8-bit graphics wad with this.

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I hope you don't mind if I use this for an NES style Doom game. Credit will be given.

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that was awseome! cool music 5/5

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