Doom 64: Official Soundtrack

by Aubrey Hodges

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Floyd Roberts
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Floyd Roberts I like all of the tracks on this album. I had to choose one to leave a comment. It would be to hard to choose my favorite one. This is a masterpiece soundtrack. Favorite track: Dark Echo (Level - The Bleeding).
Tsuchinoko
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Tsuchinoko "Hell exists solely within the confines of the human mind." Favorite track: The Madness (Level - Staging Area).
wildfirelink
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wildfirelink Absolutely stunning, chilling and bleak ambiance, Aubrey Hodges really goes all out on making this score as creepy as possible, given the limited N64 sound capabilities. On the one hand, the audiophile in me wishes it had a higher sound quality, yet I still find the lo-fi textures really add to the hellish, lonely atmosphere. Never got a chance to play Doom 64, but I could imagine all of this being extremely effective while running around dark fiery citadels and plasma blasting demons in-game. Favorite track: Spaces Between (Level Holding Area).
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Doom 64 was released in 1997 and was the third Doom title released by Midway. This version gave me the opportunity to explore tracks of extended length and complexity. Because the N64 allowed me to use all the available samples I was able to achieve many combinations of textures for each level. The result is distinctive but still feels connected to the overall style of the first two soundtracks I composed for the series.

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released January 12, 2013

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Aubrey Hodges Boulder, Colorado

Mr. Hodges’s music and sound design is heard in video games all over the world with a combined total of over 240 games totaling over 128 million units shipped since he began his career.

Considered a pioneer in the games industry with a reputation for taking artistic and technical risks for nearly three decades. Hodges was the first to use music and sounds in an online game (The Sierra Network).
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