Doom: Game rip
Alternate name: The Ultimate Doom
Characteristics: Action, 1st-Person Perspective, 3-d, Shooter, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Real-Time, Adult, like Doom
Publishers: Activision, ID Software, Infogrames, Atari, Sega, Midway Games, GT Interactive, Imagineer, Williams, Soft Bank, Weird Science, conduits technologies, Art Data Interactive, Williams Entertainment, Bashou House
Developers: ID Software, GT Interactive, Williams, Bruce Lewis, Panutat Tejasen 'Jimmy', David A. Palmer Productions, David A. Palmer
Original/port composer: Robert Prince (Dos)
ZX Spectrum 48/128
3DO - United States
Atari Jaguar - United States
Sega Saturn - United States
PlayStation - United States
PC Dos (1993) - Europe
Sega 32X (1994) - United States
Sega 32X (1994) - Europe
Sega 32X (03 Dec 1994) - Japan
Super NES (1995) - United States
PC Windows (1995)
Super NES (01 Mar 1996) - Japan
PlayStation (19 Apr 1996) - Japan
3DO (26 Apr 1996) - Japan
Sega Saturn (11 Jul 1997) - Japan
PlayStation (13 Oct 2000) - Europe
Game Boy Advance (26 Sep 2001) - United States
Game Boy Advance (16 Nov 2001) - Europe
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composer of these tunes: Robert Prince
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, Jeremy Blackman, Joakim Erdfelt, Gerwin, crumby2
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 23
Size of archive: 127 KBytes
- "Creepy" (by The Lightning Stalker, 6 May 2004) [8/10]
The original Doom music has to be some of the creepiest game music ever sequenced. This music helped create the spooky atmosphere that is Doom. id could have used module music for higher quality instead of the MIDI FM music, but I suppose they chose MIDI because it more widely available in hardware at the time and the slower CPU speeds of the day did not allow for much to be done in software. But other than that and some of the songs sounding like a bad rock demo, this music is classic nonetheless.
- "Doom Game Rip" (by coco, 11 Dec 2004) [10/10]
Wow all of the tracks in one little zip files!!! i dont have to serch form 50 different sites!!! cool!!!
- "Excellent" (by Razorback, 26 Jan 2005) [7/10]
Brilliant tracks, for anyone who loves old game music, these come highly recommended.
- "This is true legend" (by McDuck, 21 May 2005) [8/10]
We will remember the Doom and it's music
- ""Doom: Game rip"" (by Gorn, 4 Oct 2005) [10/10]
Perfect quality--just like the game's music.
- "Brilliant" (by Vampire ODBC, 28 Apr 2007) [10/10]
This music is old, but don't think it's not good!
I like the song of vitory and Map 8 Episode 1 very much!
- "good for general midi" (by paul_al, 7 Nov 2018) [4/10]
this midi file is good for general midi standards
- "IDDQD, IDKFA and IDSPISPOPD/IDCLIP" (by Warcow, 16 Nov 2011) [9/10]
Can't believe I haven't made a review on this classic soundtrack yet but here it goes. Started playing it along with Wolfenstein 3-D in 1993 and I immediately got hooked on the music (that I appreciate most when playing games really) that are really evil, melancholic and creepy. The songs fits the game superb and there's a vast variety in the songs. (Side note: It's weird how the cheat codes to this game seem to be permanentely burned into my brain.)
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Facts / description
Here is the music from the game DOOM in General MIDI format. Enjoy.
Remember that all this music is the property of Id Software. Do not use in
your own demos/games without their permission. This is merely for your
personal listening pleasure.
Extracted/Converted by Jeremy Blackman [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Conversion Routines by Joakim Erdfelt [email@example.com]
[with some small help on MIDI format from Jeremy Blackman]
GB 5-2002: All identical/duplicate songs have removed,
Info from crumby2:
I have renamed every track (with the official titles) and put them in
order of appearance. I think it is prettier like this..
Download Game Music in ZIP archive!
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