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  1. That's what I was thinking as well. Hehe, the old issues of MUS to MID conversion LOL.
  2. Something sounds weird with the MIDIs in the ZIP that you posted, Xulgonoth. I only listened to a few, but something is a bit off. If you (or anyone else) has any issues with downloading my old submission to the Doomworld archives, here's a link to the original pack -> http://jasonwilliams400com.startlogic.com/snor/weeds/Weeds_Music/Eternal_DOOM_Soundtrack.zip . Cheers!
  3. I am HUMBLED by Lee Jackson's presence :)
  4. P.S. Shoutout to Lee Jackson, howdy howdy! :)
  5. Yep, been on Doomworld for quite some time, alhough I don't post too much. Agreed about the length of the tracks, they're way too short for the massive levels that they try to compliment.
  6. Hehe, I beat you to it, Sverre (see messages above) :) :)
  7. P.S. BTW, for anyone interested, a couple of remixes that I did quite some time ago (I may have previously posted this stuff here eons ago... I don't really remember): Eternal DOOM Music - "DOOMin': Live!" (Yamaha XG Format) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjA8KXjz_4I Death Assured Remix (Amiga Tracker MOD Format) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zFjmoCzqAs
  8. Hey Guys, Sverre sent me a message about the project, I'm really looking forward to hearing your all's remixes and stuff! :) BTW, about my custom SoundFont, here's the latest version of it (¥Weeds¥ General MIDI SoundFont v4.0B): http://bhservices.us/weeds/Temp/WeedsGM4.zip . Using an earlier version of that SoundFont with an AWE32 (and later with an SBLive), THAT is EXACTLY how I heard the music back in the day :) Originally the music was composed on a Creative labs Wave Blaster. The WB 1, and NOT the 2... the 2 was TOTAL GARBAGE IM(NotSo)HO, but shortly thereafter I bought my first AWE32. Cheers!
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    Jim Flynn

    Definitely a sad day indeed :( I knew Jim quite well during our Eternal DOOM days, as well as testing and suggesting features for his Eternal DOOM Shell (EShell) back in the day. An ironic thing, I recently hooked up with Sverre on Facebook, and just yesterday was wondering what Jim was up to after all of these decades.
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    Questions of Eternal signifigance.

    If you use my WeedsGM3 soundfont, you'll be hearing what I hear :) P.S. I also have a very minor update for it here -> http://jasonwilliams400com.startlogic.com/snor/weeds/SoundFonts/WeedsGM4_Update.zip , but it isn't (as of yet) combined with WeedsGM3 (so you have to "stack" it above WeedsGM3 with whatever MIDI device that you're using). P.P.S. This is what "DOOMin'" sounds like on a Wave Blaster (1) -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpWD9I0Gk4c . I started composing on a PC using a WB1 way back when, and quite a bit of the ED1 music was written on it. Later I got my first AWE32, and began using custom and retail soundfonts for composing with. I LOVE the sound of the WB1, but it's like I've posted around the Internet, whatever suits your taste :) Here's a discussion thread along the same topic (re: overall sound) -> http://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=27095 , see my 4 replies in that thread for my opinion on the subject :)
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    idgames Maintainer Ty Halderman Passes Away At 69

    Prayers and thoughts to Ty's family and friends. RIP, Ty... you will be sorely missed :(
  12. Hiya Folks, Long time, no type. Just a few heads-ups: MudLord finally created a PERMANENT home for the BASSMIDI Driver at http://www.mudlord.info/bassmididrv . FYI, the driver has went through quite a bit of changes, and the latest release version is 3.1. One of the MOST EXCELLENT features of this new version is the SUPER LOW LATENCY that could be seen in v1.06 of the driver (in other words, perfect for realtime performance and sequencing)! Also, this new version supports packed/compressed SoundFonts, and includes a SoundFont packer utility :) Anyhow, surf here: http://www.mudlord.info/bassmididrv ...and the direct download is here: http://www.mudlord.info/bassmididrv/bassmididrv.exe P.S. Directly from the BASSMIDI Driver readme:
  13. Yer welcome, and thanks... glad you liked 'em! :)
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    Les Paul Birthday Google thing

    Hehe, the first part of "Dueling Banjos", played in the Google Doodle Les Paul Guitar :) Note that the Google Doodle doesn't include one of the notes (F), so's one of the notes sounds out of place <grin>. http://goo.gl/6e2ZJ
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    Les Paul Birthday Google thing

    Heh, OK, I gave it a shot. Unfortunately there are too many sharps and flats contained in the original D1M1... no amount of transposing or editing would help either, to allow the Google Doodle to play most of the notes (with it's ten note contraints). Now, that being said, the MIDI file _could_ be played back using the SoundFont that I created (mentioned previously in this thread)... but then it sort of loses the "magic" of the Google Doodle <grin>.
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