Future planned music packs:

  • Hexen
  • Heretic (Enhanced)
  • Unofficial Duke It Out In D.C. Music Pack (by James Paddock)
  • Unofficial Plutonia MIDI Pack


Feb 1, 2022:
Added Shadow Warrior Shareware/Beta tracks

Shadow Warrior

Added Shadow Warrior Shareware/Beta track recordings which were recorded years ago but I forgot to upload.
Also added links to new compatible source ports for Shadow Warrior, Blood, and Rise of the Triad.

Why make these music packs?

The Roland SC-55 was the standard in the 90s for computer game soundtracks. It was the top of the line. The absolute best you could buy. Nearly every game supported it and preferred its many enhancements over the simple General MIDI standard. They not only supported it but most game soundtracks were composed with it and as a result their best gaming experiences were meant to be made with an SC-55. And now that I have an SC-55 myself I can share this experience with everyone else through the wonders of modern source ports with digital music pack support! After doing Duke Nukem 3D I enjoyed the process so much that I decided to record the SC-55 soundtracks of bunch of other games for completeness' sake. And also in anticipation of newer game ports that will hopefully one day support these music packs. And so I am.

That's the short version. Click here for a longer and much more in-depth history of PC game music media.

How can I play these games with your music packs?

Most of the games I've made music packs for have modern ports that you can play on modern computers. Some of them support music packs like mine. They come in all sorts of shapes and flavours to suit any individual's needs. Here's a list of them.

* = Natively supports music packs
# = Natively supports metadata loop tags for seamless looping playback
((#)) = Partially supports metadata loop tags for seamless looping playback (see port description details)

Duke Nukem 3D

Doom/Ultimate/Doom II/Final/Heretic

Hocus Pocus

Super 3D Noah's Ark

Shadow Warrior


Descent I & II

Rise of the Triad

If you have a request, question, or even a word of thanks you can contact me in one of the methods below:

Duke4.net forum thread
Direct contact: getmusic AT brandonblume DOT com