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EAWPATS GUS patches

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This is a collection of Gravis UltraSound patches for use with a GUS, or with "softsynth" midi players such as Cubic Player and TiMidity.


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axdoomer

  
These are garbage. If you think this is good, get the PPL160 sound patches and you'll get much better music (you won't believe your hears). PPL means Pro Patches Light(Lite?). I'd better use Windows' poor midi support or OPL than these patches. You can find them here in the folder PPL160: http://www.mediafire .com/file/8mezjdsyuj 3/GUS+Install.7z

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Awesome!

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Dragonsbrethren

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Never been a big fan of these. I guess they sound a little better than the default patches if you still have a GUS, but if you're going the softsynth route, I'd recommend just grabbing an SC-55 soundfont over these. Doom's music will sound better with it, and so will a lot of other games composed on one.

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Thank you so much for this patch! Sounds great!

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Guest

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Better than freepats by several orders of magnitude. Two thumbs up! - hobbs

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Guest

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Everything about this is awesome, but the overdriven and distorted guitars suck ass. Oh, well. This is the only sound font I can get timidity for zdoom to load.

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Guest

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Works well with PrBoom and PrBoom-Plus!

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Guest

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nice best sound patch out there do you know how to use this with an old GuS PnP pro with 8mb of ram? I can't seem to get it to work

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Guest

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Infinitely better than freepats - exp(x)

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fraggle

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Still my favorite patch set of all time. Nothing sounds quite like it.

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NightFright

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If you have no good hardware MIDI synth available, THIS is *THE* solution for really good MIDI sound in Doom, Heretic & Co! Maybe a bit difficult to set up in ports like ZDoom (you need to edit both the ZDoom ini and timidity.cfg to make it work), but the effort is worth it - it's way better than the standard GUS patch set. Be sure to use these patches with Timidity, though - GUS emulation sounds worse. I recommend using "gravis.cfg" as standard config to use.

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