SIGIL - The MIDI Soundtrack

by James Paddock

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Christian Amazing soundtrack. Sounds and feels just like classic doom and the opening track is really reminiscent of the atmosphere of e3m1. I was very glad this soundtrack was the default. Favorite track: Hate Machine.
Andersdenkend
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Andersdenkend The real soundtrack to Sigil, John Romero's new episode for the original Doom. Once Hate Machine starts, you know that this is, how it is supposed to sound. Jimmy once again assures you, that he is indeed the midi master, providing with this OST a rocky, "Doomy" soundtrack that occasionally dips into the atmospheric, while always sounding absolutely on point. It's Doom, shoot monsters and rock on!

Good stuff! Favorite track: Hate Machine.
Jay Tholen
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Jay Tholen Perfect for SIGIL. Buckethead is cool and all but c'mon, ya gotta have those MIDI soundcanvas tubular bells & guitar chugs and cowbells and stuff. Ya just GOTTA. Great tunes on their own too. Favorite track: Easel.
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released May 31, 2019

John Romero - for sticking with the Doom community all these years, and reaching out to me, a life-time fan.
All the fans - for your overwhelmingly positive feedback and support of me on this project.

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James Paddock Perth, Australia

I am a MIDI-based electronic composer and video game developer. I am a graduate of the WA Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in Perth, Western Australia, with a Bachelor of Music Composition.

Many of the tracks uploaded here were composed for projects within the online Doom community, which I am still a part of.

I am also half of the electronic band Rainbow Season along with my brother Ben.
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