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PSX Music wad

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This is a wad that replaces the music in Doom1 with the music from PSX Doom. To prevent the file size from becoming huge i had to decrease the quality of the music. The ingame music still sounds ok but the music during the stats screen is somewhat hurt by the decreased quality. These are NOT midi files.


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not bad

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mrthejoshmon

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I have been looking for this one for a while now, it fits perfect with the aliens TC

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PS1 Soundtrack are still awesome to this day. -Southpark2010

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so awesome. thank you

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Guest

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GREAT job on bringing the PSX music back.

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Guest

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Fantastic. I always loved the Playstation edition's soundtrack.

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The Playstation Doom music was always inspirational. Especially that piece with the babies crying. -PC

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The original tunes are also available on the Doom Depot, as .mp3 files, along with music from the SNES and Game Boy Advance etc versions of Doom. I always liked the Playstation Doom music; it's mysterious and spooky, totally unlike the PC's MIDI music, and sounds more like the Future Sound of London or one of those ambient groups. It's basically a lot of grinding, slowed-down 8-bit samples with reverb.

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Aubrey Hodges should team up with Nathan Grigg of F.E.A.R. and together compose a killer soundtrack to a Doom 64 sequel. If only.

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Good stuff.

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