Talk:PlayStation Doom music
Should levels in Final Doom for which each track is used - seperating two columns - be added, or will they be put in a separate article? Eris Falling 19:50, 11 December 2012 (UTC)
- I'm leaning towards separate article; but in either case I'm waiting for the ten new tracks to get titles, once AH officially releases them. --Gez 23:36, 11 December 2012 (UTC)
Doom 64 remixesEdit
Some of the tracks are remixed in Doom 64. It'd be cool to have that indicated somewhere if somebody feels like finding all of them. Some of them are hard to pin down and you have to listen to the sound track a couple times before you notice "oh hey that's in Doom 64 too!". A couple I know of to kick it off is that the music used on MAP02: Plant served as the source material for the song used on MAP17: Watch Your Step (Doom 64) (and several other levels that also use that track). There's also somewhere in there the track that served as the basis for MAP12: Altar Of Pain (Doom 64)'s track, as it features the crying babies (though more muted than in Doom 64) in addition to the same tune. --Quasar (talk) 12:47, 26 June 2014 (UTC)
Hello all, I saw the Aubrey Hodges' website, from which are taken lengths here, but the most (not all) of Soundtracks which are present on it are (less or more slightly) shorter than the original ones played in the PSX Doom game (not sure of it about PSX Final Doom).
Complete versions can be listened on YT : for examples, in actual game, Sanity's Edge lasts (nearly) 07'15", Lamentations lasts 05'26"...
But YT is not always trustworthy, some uploaders included, on the end, the beginning's loop (Mind Massacre, for example). --184.108.40.206 14:55, 27 December 2018 (CST)
Edit 28 December 2018 : And of course, ingame OST on PSX is unavailable on a classic CD Player (except Club Doom, Rise of Doom, Main menu, Demo, Intermission and Ends of sections (after levels 30 and 54)) --220.127.116.11 14:56, 28 December 2018 (CST)