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Post-"Project: Doom" Repository

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Hey guys.  Just thought I'd post some of the MIDI songs I've done that aren't Project: Doom related.  You know, that one cringy MIDI remix album I put together, circa 2008.  I don't really deal in MIDI sequencing anymore for reasons I'd not like to discuss here, but I would like to share some of the more obscure iD stuff I've put together.  Y'know, kind of as a "last hurrah."


That said, please enjoy.  Or not, that's cool too.


Ultimate DooMix

Sort of an experimental project, mixing songs in the style of other songs.  Y'know, like Switcheroom, except with the music.



PSX Doom Stuff

Covered a couple of PSX tracks.  Timing's a little tough, due to the amelodic nature of the soundtrack, but hey, I thought it'd be fun.



Quake Stuff

Yeah, the original.  Not my Quake II stuff.  Those covers are arse.



Doom Gaiden Stuff

I was gonna use these for Doom Gaiden, but I got kinda bored building the second episode.  I dunno if I'll ever finish it, so I'd like to release the songs I was gonna use for it anyway.



Newfangled DEWM


  • BFG Division
    • First MIDI sequence in two years, wooo!!  I still suck at this shit.


The Archive


This is everything.  Literally every MIDI song I've released, in one zip.  Good, bad, it's all here.



So uh, yeah.  That's about it.  You're more than welcome to use these in your projects, as you see fit.


Happy listening!

Edited by silentzorah : New song: BFG Division

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The AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA song works better in MIDI than I expected. Kudos!


BTW a few weeks ago I looked at your site and one of the songs I tried to download was 404. Ymir from Terminal Velocity, listed on https://zorasoft.net/midi-nt.html


Hey, if you're no longer making MIDIs, how about making a big zip archive of them all?

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I've got some new stuff to share.  Though not necessarily Doom related, I did feel it necessary to release some of my newer MIDI covers here for use in projects 'n such.  Getting more into the swing of it now, though I doubt I'll be as active with sequencing as I was while I was in college.  Anyway, these might go good in some slaughter or boss maps or something.


F-Zero X

  • Crazy Call at Cry (v1.1)
    • Updated from the original archive in OP.  This one's been significantly altered with pitch bends, echo channels, and a reworked rhythm guitar.  Still missing that awesome pick slide in the intro, though.  Might go good for a boss level.
  • Endless Challenge (v2.0)
    • Completely remade from scratch.  Dunno what this might go good with, but here it is anyway.
  • Drivin' Through on Max (v2.0)
    • Also completely redone from scratch.  Might work for a particularly hectic techbase level, maybe a short map.  Think Scythe, I guess.
  • Fall Down to the Scream
    • Okay, so, funny story on this.  This one's actually a really old one from 2006 that I never finished.  Don't know why.  Could be because of the inaccuracies, but I decided to finish it up and release it anyway.  Twelve f*cking years and three hard drives this one's gone through, what a trooper.  Anyway, this would go great for a slaughter map, IMO.
  • Decide in the Eyes (v2.0)
    • Another one redone from scratch.  I literally rewrote this one for two reasons - One because a buddy wanted me to throw this through an SNES F-Zero soundfont to complete a music set he was collecting, and the second because someone legit did a pretty awesome Big Blue track in Skulltag some years ago.  Had fun with this one.

That's all I've got for today.  Again, you guys have got free reign to use these for whatever you want.  Will update the archive in OP later.

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