The Dink Network

Ultimate Midi Pack

Description
Striker says, "[i]Ever since I first got Dink Smallwood, I've started collecting Midi's in preparation for my own D-mod. Some of those made it to the Back from the Grave Demo. But I still have a lot of excellent midi's that I never used, so instead of letting them fade into obscurity, I'm releasing them to d-mod community for use in their d-mods. As you will notice, most of these midi's are from Video Games, as they generally translate best to midi format (they both being completely rendered by sythsyser). But they come from all over, Atari, NES, Gameboy, Playstation, PC, and most of them are awesome remixes that sound way better than the originals. Another reason I did this was because I was bored, which should be evident from the fact that I've documented a lot of this stuff.

Anyway, enjoy my "Greatest Midi's Ever!" ... at least in my opinion they are. I added some that I thought were just pretty good for variety.[/i]"
Released:January 20th, 2002
File Size:806.17 KB
Downloads:11
Release Notes:v1.00
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September 26th, 2002
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Score : 8.0 good
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This is quite an impressive midi collection; a total of 142 midiís can be found in this midi pack.

There are 97 in the main folder, 36 in the fight folder and 9 in the terra folder.

There is a track description in alphabetical order, so you can see what source it is from, who the artist is, and the author has added some notes.

A lot of midiís are from Final Fantasy, but also from Zelda, Mega Man, Street Fighter, ass Kong, Sonic, Tetris and Duke Nukem. There are midiís from Jurassic Park and Return of the Jedi, and there is even a midi from the classic RPG Quest for Glory.

Almost all the midiís are suitable for an action scene, a fighting scene or some other exciting situation.

Some midiís from the main folder that attracted my attention: Visitors Centre from Jurassic Park is really good, TG_Track1 is somewhat nerve-racking, TN-Lhasa is calm, AherosLitany, Aspiration and VampireKiller are creepy, teso_02 is calm, almost soothing, as is ST-Underworld. A_new_Origin and Balrog would do perfectly for a fight. Snakeman is very good, especially the beginning.
And all the midiís from Perfect Dark are very good indeed.

Some midiís from the folder fight that attracted my attention: Arcanafinal is a very strange midi. Bjcrap11-FF8 is quite good; FF3jBoss5 and FF5gilg sound creepy. Ffaboss is a very good one, as is ko^2. High_Tension_Wire can be used when some real action is going on. LavosCore and Yiboss are both very fast.

All the midiís from the terra folder are very good. It suits action packed scenes, but has an undertone of some eerie atmosphere.

Overall: A fine collection of midiís that will do very well in any D-mod.