Silpheed: Game rip
Characteristics: Action, 3rd-Person Perspective, Anime / Manga, Arcade, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Shooter, Coin-Op Conversion
Publishers: Sierra, Game Arts
Developers: Sierra, Game Arts
Original/port composers: Mark Seibert (Dos), Stuart Goldstein (Dos)
Sega Mega-CD - United States
Sega Mega-CD - Europe
Amiga (1989) - Europe
PC Dos (1989) - Europe
Atari ST (1989) - Europe
Apple II (1989) - Europe
Sega Mega-CD (30 Jul 1993) - Japan
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composers of these tunes: Princess Peach Toadstool, Tom Lewandowski, Mark Seibert, Stuart Goldstein, Resende
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, Quest Studios - www.QuestStudios.com
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 11
Size of archive: 284 KBytes
- "Great Music" (by ivionday, 4 Mar 2008) [9/10]
Very catchy, happy tunes that conjure up the memory of being at my aunt's house and playing Silpheed on their weird little IBM PS/2 computer. All in all a very mysterious game for a 10 year old. The music rip is great, especially if you can play it on an OPL3 MIDI synthesizer to approximate the old FM synth sound. This rip has all the tracks strung together in one MIDI file, so it's a little hard to browse through them.
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Facts / description
SILPMT.MID - Complete Soundtrack with 11 subsongs for Roland MT-32, ripped
from the game.
SILPGS.MID - Complete Soundtrack with 11 subsongs, for 100% Roland GS
compatible devices, very close to original MT-32 version.
SILPXG.MID - Complete Soundtrack with 10 subsongs, for Yamaha XG devices
SILPGM.MID - Complete Soundtrack with 10 subsongs converted and arranged
for playback on Sound Blaster Wavetable (Emu) devices and designed for use
with the default (ROM) GM soundfont.
Recorded/edited/compiled/arranged by Tom Lewandowski
(Quest Studios, www.QuestStudios.com)
Silp-Stage_1.mid - Stage 1 arrangement by Resende.
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