Revolution! MIDI Pack

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Revolution! MIDI Pack
Title screen
Authors Various
Port Vanilla Doom II
IWAD Doom II
Year 2016
Link Doomworld/idgames

The Revolution! MIDI Pack is a full soundtrack created by Doomworld musicians in 2016 for Thomas van der Velden's megawad, Revolution!. Like its predecessor, the Plutonia MIDI Pack, the project was spearheaded by James Paddock (Jimmy), who was also the sole author of the Harmony MIDI Pack for another of van der Velden's WADs. Similar to the Plutonia MIDI Pack, an additional WAD for source ports with ACS support was included, which displays the track name and its respective author at the start of each level. Another additional WAD provides a custom font for the WAD. The original MIDI files were also included, as well as some unused tracks.

The project was started on 18 December, 2015. Development started quickly with an alpha available after a month, however it soon slowed, and the final release appeared on the idgames archive on 29 November, 2016. It was released simultaneously with the TV1998 MIDI Pack, which contained 24 tracks for TV1998, an earlier wad also authored by van der Velden.

During the development, the project caught the attention of van der Velden, who in addition to making a custom title screen graphic, also contributed a new map which was included into the main WAD file.

Track list[edit]

Track name Composer(s) Level Length
Freighthoppers James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP01: Carnivorous Cargo 03:04
Trash Gus Knezevich (Alfonzo) MAP02: Depression 02:41
Bystreet Akse, James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP03: Infestation 03:33
Westopolis Viscra Maelstrom MAP04: Phobopolis 03:12
Last Resort James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP05: R 'n R 02:43
Wasted Adam Post (Doomkid) MAP06: Wasted! 02:26
Forgotten Valley Henri Vuortenvirta (Icytux) MAP07: The Valley of Death 03:39
Hangar 7 James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP08: Rockit 03:24
Phalarope Shuffle Zan-zan-zawa-veia MAP09: Wrath of Man 03:04
Mint Petal Viscra Maelstrom MAP10: Lab of the Lost 03:41
Smooth Infiltrator Chris Kassap (lupinx-Kassman), James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP11: The Transporter 04:53
Midnight Dinner CWolf, James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP12: Utopia 02:38
Haze Tristan Clark (Eris Falling) MAP13: Amok 03:07
Battle of Chaos Tristan Clark (Eris Falling) MAP14: Dead End 03:04
Sappers & Moles Zan-zan-zawa-veia MAP15: Battleground 03:02
The Revenant KevinHEZ MAP16: Utopia Factory 05:56
Mining for Paranoia Akse MAP17: The Miners 04:58
Acidic Lymph Vladislav Baymurzin (ClumsyDoomer) MAP18: XS 02:56
Gargoyles James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP19: Xenocracy 04:27
Black Colossus Hellish Godzilla, James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP20: X Marx the Spot 03:27
Unearth Gus Knezevich (Alfonzo) MAP21: Hausterium 02:06
Empyrean Shard Vladislav Baymurzin (ClumsyDoomer) MAP22: Beyond the Oracle 03:08
Ancient Enclosure Viscra Maelstrom MAP23: Pyramide of Pain 02:48
Beneath the Stars Tristan Clark (Eris Falling) MAP24: The Sect 03:31
Keepsake Fever Gus Knezevich (Alfonzo) MAP25: The Prefect 03:34
Reach Within James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP26: Phragmobasidium 03:17
Clay James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP27: Necrosis 02:57
I Sacrifice Hellish Godzilla, James Paddock (Jimmy), Gus Knezevich (Alfonzo) MAP28: Exodus 04:00
Souls Trapped Between Rotten Bricks Vladislav Baymurzin (ClumsyDoomer) MAP29: Hall of Maim 03:01
The Forgotten God Tristan Clark (Eris Falling) MAP30: The Forgotten God 04:07
Redback Gus Knezevich (Alfonzo), James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP31: Raw 03:35
King Roo Gus Knezevich (Alfonzo) MAP32: 'Zombie or Not to Be' 03:08
Evil on Tour1 Gus Knezevich (Alfonzo), James Paddock (Jimmy) MAP33: Revoltlover 04:01
Tzimidzi Greets You! CWolf, James Paddock (Jimmy) Title screen 00:17
Imp's Tradition DoomLover234, James Paddock (Jimmy) Intermission screen 00:52
Why Settle for Colonel? Zan-zan-zawa-veia Text screen 02:14
Dead Time Viscra Maelstrom unused 03:54
Graveyard Shift Viscra Maelstrom unused 03:35
TVR CWolf unused 01:48
Visceral KevinHEZ unused 07:14

1. ^  In ports that do not support changing the music lump assigned to a map slot, the text screen music will play on MAP33 instead.

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