|Re: getting the Marathon CD music|
|Posted By: Hopper||Date: 4/8/14 6:42 p.m.|
In Response To: Re: getting the Marathon CD music (VikingBoyBilly)
: AFAIK, the audio files in the newest alephone M1 release are the real deal (what they packaged in the tracks folder in previous builds were slightly different). But I never had the M1 CD (and eBay is demanding a fortune for it as a collector's item) so I don't really know.
The tracks in Aleph One are the in-game MIDI files recorded with QuickTime 2.0 (as documented near the bottom of the Marathon Music page), matching what you would have heard in game in 1994. I never had the CD either, but the page mentions they sound quite different.
In Craig Hardgrove's interview, Alex lists the Quadrasynth and Korg Poly-61M as his synthesizers of choice at the time. Is there a lover of old synthesizers out there who can record the Marathon MIDIs played through these? ;)
|getting the Marathon CD music||yaco||4/8/14 9:23 a.m.|
|Re: getting the Marathon CD music||VikingBoyBilly||4/8/14 10:47 a.m.|
|Re: getting the Marathon CD music||Hopper||4/8/14 6:42 p.m.|
|Re: getting the Marathon CD music||yaco||4/9/14 10:57 a.m.|
|Re: getting the Marathon CD music||Hopper||4/9/14 8:14 p.m.|
|Re: getting the Marathon CD music||Document||4/10/14 10:40 a.m.|
|Re: getting the Marathon CD music||Godot||4/10/14 11:10 a.m.|
|Re: getting the Marathon CD music||yaco||4/10/14 11:17 a.m.|
|Re: getting the Marathon CD music||Document||4/10/14 11:26 a.m.|
|Re: getting the Marathon CD music||yaco||4/10/14 11:39 a.m.|
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