A Floppy Disk Full Of MIDI Files (v2 Released 4/1/2019)

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Re: A Floppy Disk Full Of MIDI Files (v2 Released 4/1/2019)

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wildweasel wrote:What is your GZDoom version? You may need a newer one.
3.7.2 64 bit (Modern)
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Re: A Floppy Disk Full Of MIDI Files (v2 Released 4/1/2019)

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Huh, odd.

It works in the devbuilds, so I'm assuming it's another case of 3.7.2 being weird and buggy.
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also happens on 3.7.0(vintage) and some older versions(tested 3.5 and 4 same issue)
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Re: A Floppy Disk Full Of MIDI Files (v2 Released 4/1/2019)

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Works with GZDoom 4.0.0.
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Re: A Floppy Disk Full Of MIDI Files (v2 Released 4/1/2019)

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How do I change the midi playing?
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dddxdu wrote:How do I change the midi playing?
Hit the "Next Song" key bound in your controls.
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Re: A Floppy Disk Full Of MIDI Files (v2 Released 4/1/2019)

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Does this work with GZDoom 4.10.0
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Re: A Floppy Disk Full Of MIDI Files (v2 Released 4/1/2019)

Post by WhiteRedBirb »

I've updated the mod by adding more MIDI and updating the Freedoom music, as well as adding new music (Episode 4 music and some new FreeDM tracks). Consider this an unofficial v3 update.

The end result is a mod that has [s]314[/s] [s]461[/s] [b]563[/b] songs to flick between and fits on a few floppy disks

[b]VERSION 3: LARGER THAN TWO FLOPPY DISKS NOW[/b]

https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/uztsr3r7 ... 4164y&dl=0

Changelog:
April 2024
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- Added new music
- Fixed Hitler Waltz not playing
- Updated the Freedoom Phase 1, Freedoom Phase 2 and FreeDM music.

New Music:
- System Shock
- Shadow Warrior (Shareware version)
- decino
- Duke Nukem II
- Doom 4 Vanilla
- Freedoom Phase 1 (0.13.0)
- Freedoom Phase 2 (0.13.0)
- FreeDM (0.13.0)

For System Shock music specifically, I recommend using the ChoriumRevA soundfont instead of the standard gzdoom.sf2. Ngl, other MIDIs also sound good with it, especially Rise of the Triad or Shadow Warrior music (except Doom and Doom II MIDIs).
I used the music from the Shareware version of Shadow Warrior because the full version does not use MIDI for music.
decino's MIDIs are taken from his website, so please, don't accuse me of pirating his music from Bandcamp.
Also, the titles of some songs from Doom 4 Vanilla and the names of their authors are uncredited/miscredited due to lack of information.

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