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I've never liked pacman chiptune atari gameboy etc inspired edm, it just reminds me of shit games with weak gameplay and no atmosphere.

Enter Doom.

That shit scared the fuck out of me and had me trying to dodge rockets and fireballs with my head. Don't worry about firing up youtube and sampling the music as here is a link to all the Doom and Doom II Midi files and there is a page full of remixes to whet your appetite:

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Be a man and incorporate some Doom riffs into your EDM.

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The first time I played Doom I almost threw up. I was queesy for several mins. Just wasn't used to the 3D or the framerate. So I never really got into it sadly, nor other 3D games at the time, like Wolfenstein.

The first 3D game I played proper was Star Fox on SNES. Used to be able to beat it on the hardest path, without loosing a single ship.
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I might map those MIDI to some nice Kontakt instruments.
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The first time I played Doom I almost threw up. I was queesy for several mins. Just wasn't used to the 3D or the framerate. So I never really got into it sadly, nor other 3D games at the time, like Wolfenstein.

The first 3D game I played proper was Star Fox on SNES. Used to be able to beat it on the hardest path, without loosing a single ship.

while it did scare me, it didn't make me want to throw up hahaha. I spent plenty of time on Wolfenstein before and after Doom came out.
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Every time a Doom related thread comes up, or I watch a Doom vid on Youtube, I always post the same thing:

Final Doom on the PS1 is by far the best version of Doom available. It's Doom 1, Doom 2, and Ultimate Doom rolled into one. The levels are mind-bending and the original soundtrack is replaced with an ambient one, creating one of the most immersive games I've ever played.

I feel very strongly about this.

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Never played it, sounds good, links to music clips please.
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I've never liked pacman chiptune atari gameboy etc inspired edm, it just reminds me of shit games with weak gameplay and no atmosphere.

BURN IN HELL

Oh you did. Good.

I do agree on the Doom music though. I was admiring it last night actually. I mean, who doesn't play a bit of Tuesday Doom?

Checked out some Final Doom music.... some of it sounds cool but TBH I can't really pass judgement on it without playing the game. The original Doom music will always have that special place in history though.
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Not sure about links to music clips, but here's a random Youtube clip of the game.

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Final Doom (PSX) - Map22 (Quarry) - YouTube

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@Joe - Just realised you were dissing chip-based EDM, not chip music itself, so there was no need for the rebuttal which I have already typed. Here it is anyway.

First up, the legendary motherfucking Rob Hubbard, who squeezed a full rock score through the shitty sound hardware of the Megadrive for Road Rash II. The Hawaii track is proabably my fave. Starts with an extended intro of nothing but double time percussion, then the bass and guitars pick up the slack as the perc settles back into a half-time swagger. If you're bored, god help you, but if you are, skip to 1:38 for the bridge and solo. HUBBARD.

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Road Rash II Music - Hawaii - YouTube

I don't even have words for this next one, except do the full 8 minutes or don't bother, and turn it up, and let it wash over you man.

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Driller (ZX Spectrum) + SID theme - YouTube

^ Could totes do some Doom with that in the background. epicepicepic
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Download site for those of you who dig the chiptunes from keygens:

http://keygenmusic.net

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There really is a site for everything.
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NEDM

http://notevendoommusic.com/

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BURN IN HELL

Oh you did. Good.

I do agree on the Doom music though. I was admiring it last night actually. I mean, who doesn't play a bit of Tuesday Doom?

Checked out some Final Doom music.... some of it sounds cool but TBH I can't really pass judgement on it without playing the game. The original Doom music will always have that special place in history though.


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@Joe - Just realised you were dissing chip-based EDM, not chip music itself, so there was no need for the rebuttal which I have already typed. Here it is anyway.

First up, the legendary motherfucking Rob Hubbard, who squeezed a full rock score through the shitty sound hardware of the Megadrive for Road Rash II. The Hawaii track is proabably my fave. Starts with an extended intro of nothing but double time percussion, then the bass and guitars pick up the slack as the perc settles back into a half-time swagger. If you're bored, god help you, but if you are, skip to 1:38 for the bridge and solo. HUBBARD.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tw1634xjvNo

I don't even have words for this next one, except do the full 8 minutes or don't bother, and turn it up, and let it wash over you man.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDe0gc4ETTk

^ Could totes do some Doom with that in the background. epicepicepic


Yep, you understood me quite well. There are some complete and utter epic masterpieces trapped inside and ready to spew out of some exceptionally shit hardware, and also more modern games. I just concentrated on the Doom soundtrack because, well, it's the most memorable for me and the game I spent the most time on, and of course, it is the daddy of FPSers, taking a massive dump on everything that lay before it. To be completely honest my comment: "it just reminds me of shit games with weak gameplay and no atmosphere" was just me having a bit of fun.

Anyway, feel free to post up any inspiring game music tracks that could be descrided as any three of the following adjectives:

Epic.
Dark.
Evil.

For the more happy sunshine life is beautiful type of shit, well, someone else can start a thread for that.
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There really is a site for everything.

What's the URL?

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oh, now I get it.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=NEDM
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I might map those MIDI to some nice Kontakt instruments.

I was going to do that to the Doom MIDI files, but, Secret of Mana music is better suited to the factory VSL instruments and Albion. The demons will have to wait.
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A little off topic but I loved the music from Quake but i'am a huge NIN fan so it was really cool to have a rad game and rad music to go with it.
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maybe some void settler

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fztZzEWaNCg&feature=fvst
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I just finished this: http://soundcloud.com/meldmagic/secret_of_mana_intro
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