You aren't remastering audio tracks here. You're putting midi data into a DAW to trigger software synths and samples, as opposed to a soundfont. There's nothing wrong with that, but "remastering" has been certainly been misused as a marketing term before.
It's not a mistake that BtSX used midi files for music by the way. It's a result of working within a project's set limitations; i.e. vanilla doom cannot play raw audio formats, such as mp3 and ogg.
actually i play the guitar on some tracks, like the second one from BtSX, if you listen carefully, you can see some mistakes that i overlooked
EDIT: also, by mistakes, i mean MY mistakes, not from the midis, and i'm doing this type of "remasterization" because i feel that if a song is perfect, leave it like that, or do a faithful "cover", and i'm saying remastered, because everything you hear, is in the song, my point here is to think like if Bobby Prince made the soundtrack today using live instrument or vst's, i know that i'm not really remastering, but if people actually enjoys it, i'll keep doing it, btw, thx for the reply, every opinion is important for me. xD
ps. if my english sucks, my bad.
Last edited by KevinHEZ on Aug 19 2013 at 10:55