Once we'd heard the original and could judge this arrangement from Final Doom newcomer Dj Redlight has created, we had a good solid appreciation for what he's done. Many are familiar with the Bobby Prince tunes from the first two Doom games, but Final Doom had different composers and a different overall style, and while its score might not be as well-known, it's quite good. The ReMixer has improved the original in almost every way imaginable, both fleshing out the composition with some extra pieces, adding lush production, a great palette of sounds with rock solid drums, lively and multi-textured synths, some good strings, and attentive programming throughout. Listening to this, you wouldn't necessarily think "Doom" as it's got more of a tactical espionage/slickness to it, and packs more suspense and tension than it does sheer power - which is fine by me. The drums can be repetitive but the little fills that come in here and there do a world of good in illustrating that the rhythm track's not on auto-pilot and is a living and breathing integral piece of the whole. Some nice distortion harmonics on a particular synth, and some great usage of underlying pads for atmopshere and dynamics. Good, subtle ending, too. This mix changes what you might think of as a Doom mix, takes a good original and makes it great, and shows aptitude for both the sonic and compositional sides of the ReMixing spectrum. Recommended.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Final Doom (GT Interactive, 1996, DOS)
Music by Jonathan El-Bizri, Josh Martel, L.A. Sieben, Tom Mustaine
- "Cold Subtleness"
- 3,594,192 bytes
- Size: 3,594,192 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 784d1c8942136412f747104903f9f90f
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