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(A little off-topic)

I don't know who remixed it, but I CAN say that it's the most faithful to PC among the console versions, as far as music goes.

I suppose Jaguar or PSX versions are more faithful in some other regards.

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GotMeNow said:

Does anybody know who remixed Doom music for the SNES?....coz DAMN.....

Rats, I can't find my friggin SNES Doom manual, otherwise I'd try to look that up in the credits page.

You might want to check out Elbryan's site, and drop him a note.
http://www.doom2.net/~elbryan/index.html

mje said:

I suppose Jaguar or PSX versions are more faithful in some other regards.

Jaguar Doom only has 2 tracks in the cart, and no music during gameplay.
PSX Doom has excellent mood music (IMHO :), but it's nothing like the PC music.

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Ledmeister said:

Jaguar Doom only has 2 tracks in the cart, and no music during gameplay.
PSX Doom has excellent mood music (IMHO :), but it's nothing like the PC music.


What? The Jaguar version of Doom only has 2 tracks of music?!?

I agree about the music in the PSX version of Doom, great and original, so was the music on the first 13 levels of the PSX version of Final Doom.

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boris said:

Doesn't the PSX version have audio tracks on the CD?

Well, sort of. As I recall (it's been years), only a few of the tracks are accessible via something like a CD player. You have to get the rest another way.
(In this day and age, Doom Depot. ;-)

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Ledmeister said:

Jaguar Doom only has 2 tracks in the cart, and no music during gameplay.
PSX Doom has excellent mood music (IMHO :), but it's nothing like the PC music.


Yes, I know. I have both of them.

I was talking about other things, like graphics and levels and stuff.

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mje said:

I was talking about other things, like graphics and levels and stuff.

Oops, yes, I misread; sorry.
Heh, actually the SNES levels are the best major-console copies (layout wise) of the original PC Doom 1 maps. Too bad it wasn't a better game in other ways...

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