Neo Te-Aika

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  1. Heh, no worries. I'm just relieved to hear that my music may actually be considered for the project. :) I've been pretty busy lately, hence why I haven't posted an update. I'll be uploading another track within the next week.
  2. FL Studio is my go-to for MIDI and basic VST sequencing. It's fairly low cost and you pay for lifetime updates, but the demo allows you to still import and export MIDI files, so even though you can't "open a project" in the demo, you can still work on a MIDI file just fine. My older retro computer has some old version of Cubase on it which is also pretty good. There's a free program called Anvil which I hear is alright, but I've never used it myself. You also have Reaper, which is really cheap, and the trial just has a splash window but is otherwise the full product. I recommend FL. The interface is easy enough to pick up quite quickly (relative to other programs)
  3. I like it! One trick I always like to employ is make some creative use of note volume variation. Just by tweaking the volume of only a few notes in the pattern you might hear a subtle but awesome improvement!
  4. Something like this? Here's what I'm working on for C1M6 at the moment, although it probably doesn't mesh very well with a techbase map. Perhaps it would be better for one of the (whatever Freedoom's version of hell based maps would be called) style maps? C1M6.zip EDIT: That was actually the wrong MIDI, here's what I was working on, although maybe that could be good too. C1M6.zip (Actual one)
  5. If it'd help the project out, I can go through each WAD and balance the current tracks. I can also enhance the use of panning and velocity to make a few subtle improvements. I'm already working on an arrangement of Map01 that I can submit later, based on the average volume level of C3M1's MIDI (that seems like a good starting point for me at least) Here's an updated version of Shoreline (also edited other posts) and another track. Fight Or Flight. This was my go at an I Sawed The Demons type track a while ago but i never finished it. I tidied it up and added more so it was longer than like 30 seconds. Could work well in FreeDM but I'll need to work a bit longer on volume balancing. Fight or Flight.zip
  6. Second submission added to first post called Shoreline. This track is all out action, so would probably be well suited to E3M8 (although I quite like what's already there), another large slaughterfest-ish map, or a DM track perhaps? Shoreline (Updated)
  7. Ah yep. Thanks for your feedback! I can see how it might be much more suited to FreeDM, where intense tracks probably belong better. I'll keep chucking up some more tracks here, anyone absolutely feel free to use them. EDIT: Actually going from what you said there, howabout a track like this one I made for DUMP 3. This track itself is probably way too intense because I intentionally tried to make it as Bobby Prince-ish as I could but in terms of the in your face-ness perhaps it's more suitable? Killing Floor.zip
  8. Thanks! I'm working on a darker track for C1M6 at the moment, should be done later tonight.
  9. Glad to hear that. I really felt it needed something heavy since it's the first map for the episode and it relieves me to find someone that agrees.
  10. Original post below Composed with FL Studio 12 and a Roland SC-55 (GM compatible Mk.I), GS effects may be used in some tracks, including reverb, chorus, filter cutoff and resonance. These effects simply just won't trigger if your MIDI device doesn't recognize them, so it won't sound terrible all of a sudden. All tracks are tested and optimized to sound good with these soundfonts and MIDI devices: These are of course just my ideas for Freedoom. Feel free to use them or not, but I would absolutely love to hear feedback! Cheers! Into The Tomb Shoreline (Updated) Fight or Flight EDIT: Here are my thoughts on the current soundtrack.
  11. Hi all! You might know me from the ZDoom forums as combatxtreme. I created Crater and its music Killing Floor for DUMP 3 (Map 12), and I'm currently working on a Doom TC with friends, it's kinda inspired by Aliens, and I'm trying to get a very electronic feel with the music, while making sure it can fit a shooter vibe. Anyways, thought I'd share the title screen music with you guys, would love to hear what you think! Below are two links, one for the GS MIDI, and an MP3 recording of the track going through my Roland SC-55. The MIDI sounds pretty good with quite a few different soundfonts including Arachno and Weed's, as well as OPL in my opinion. :) MIDI download MP3 download MP3 (SoundCloud link)