Game MIDI (DOS) – T

I’ve collected these MIDI soundtracks over years all over the internet or ripped them from the games myself. I renamed all files to better organise each soundtrack and tried to match all track names to the official original soundtrack, if any exists of course. All of these should be complete. Some archives contain more versions, General MIDI, FM, MT-32 or XG and if it were possible, I also included the original ripped files. I add couple of new soundtracks every day. I’ll keep adding new ones, until I’m out of soundtracks. If you find some issues, please let me know. If you are after the specific soundtrack, let me know as well, I’ll do my best to get it for you. Have fun.

Game: The Terminator: Future Shock
Year: 1995
Composed by: Andy Warr
MIDI versions: GM, FM
Additional info: This is a CD version rip. There two types of files, HMI and XMI. XMI are kind of leftovers from diskette version, which contain GM and FM version. CD version is GM only and contains more tracks.
Game: Terminator 2: Judgment Day – Chess Wars
Year: 1993
Composed by: Joe Abbati
MIDI versions: GM
Game: Tetris Classic
Year: 1992
Composed by: Paul Mogg
MIDI versions: Adlib, GS, MT-32, PC Speaker, Tandy
Game: Theme Hospital
Year: 1997
Composed by: Jeremy Longley, Adrian Moore, Russell Shaw, Andrew J. Wood
MIDI versions: GM
Game: Theme Park
Year: 1994
Composed by: Russell Shaw
MIDI versions: GM, FM, MT-32
Game: Tintin in Tibet
Year: 1996
Composed by: Fabrice Bouillon
MIDI versions: FM
Game: Transport Tycoon Deluxe
Year: 1995
Composed by: John Broomhall
MIDI versions: GM, AWE, FM
Game: Tyrian
Year: 1995
Composed by: Alexander Brandon, Andres Molnar
MIDI versions: GM

2 Comments

  • Pierce| July 12, 2020 at 12:07 pm Reply

    Tyrian’s download link is dead.

    • Karl| July 12, 2020 at 1:26 pm Reply

      Sorry, it’s working fine, now. And thanks.

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