JJ1 Music Pack Vol. 1

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8
Reviews:
10
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911

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Author
DaPete10 (More uploads by DaPete10)
Date uploaded
4 Apr 2004 at 07:00
Type
Music
Credits
Songs by Robert A. Allen
Average satisfaction
100%
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jj1songs - pt. 1.zip (384.8 kB)
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File contents

BONUS.s3m Bonus Stage 91.98 kB 23 Mar 2004
BOSS.s3m Boss Theme 87.75 kB 23 Mar 2004
ENDLEVEL.s3m Level Clear Jingle 56.67 kB 04 Apr 2004
ENDSONG.s3m Ending 110.73 kB 23 Mar 2004
MENUSNG.s3m Menu Theme 72.92 kB 04 Apr 2004
SECRET.s3m Deserto Secret Song 112.42 kB 04 Apr 2004

Description

UNKNOWNFILE Proudly Presents:
The Complete Jazz Jackrabbit CD
soundtrack

(Volume ###/5)

Collected and titled by UNKNOWNFILE
Greetz to Jelze U

Here it is, the complete JJ1CD soundtrack. It took
a while, but here it is. It has all the JJCD songs in it,
some which are hard to find (in my case), but here
they are.

I also have bad news: This is my last upload to
Jazz2Online. It also marks the end of my Jj2
career and my CC membership. Good luck to
everyone in the Cracco Clan y’all :-)

There are 5 parts of this upload, all of which I
will upload in various time, not simultaneously.

Song List:
jjsongs – pt. 1 – Contains menu song, Deserto secret, and various other songs not used for levels.
jjsongs – pt. 2 – Contains Song0 ~ Song5.
jjsongs – pt. 3 – Contains Song6 ~ Song13.
jjsongs – pt. 4 – Contains Song14 ~ Song17.
jjsongs – pt. 5 – Contains SongCD0~SongCD8, and XM2 and XM3.

Enjoy these final uploads from yours truly.

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User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 8

Review by spazz

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Posted more than 10 years ago
Spaz Slackrabbit (166 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings166 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness25%
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Good remixes, I may use them for my levels. The only con is Boss.sm3, it has some bugs in it, maybe you should look at it. (Or my Sound Blasters are broken ;))

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Review by Violet CLM

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
I might as well work here (537 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings304 Featured reviews21 Average helpfulness89%
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How is this different from the various other places you can download JJ1’s complete music collection?

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Review by JelZe

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Spaz Slackrabbit (138 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings100 Featured reviews7 Average helpfulness86%
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Just to make things clear: they’re not remixes, but conversions, straight from .psm format (more on that later). The only difference is that those have a title built in now, not just some auto-title (like Song5 for Song5.s3m) The only advantage you’ll get is in the Module Players (ModPlug, WinAmp, I use XMPlay myself).

Now, I can already tell you this: these conversions kept all qualities of the original .psm files. As in, sometimes a sample is being played wrong (mostly zigzag samples sounding like waves going up and down, you know what I mean), due to the fact current players don’t have proper .psm support (.psm is old!), even though they have been converted to s3m.

To make a long story short: downloading these would be like downloading the original .psm format without the necessary modifcations to make them sound decent. As far as I know, ModPlug is the only player with .psm support built in, even tho it’s not perfect: samples played wrong, sometimes skipping and speeding; those are the common problems with .psm, and I expect them to turn up in the next sets. no rating yet.

- JelZe GoldRabbit =:3

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Review by PHT

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Spaz Slackrabbit (113 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings97 Featured reviews3 Average helpfulness85%
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link is broken…:-(
bye bye DaPete

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Review by Danyjel

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Jazz Jackrabbit (223 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings219 Featured reviews1 Average helpfulness45%
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So it is welcomed to upload Jazz3 music (all)? And it is legal?

0 of 0 users found this a good review.

Review by snz

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Posted more than 10 years ago
Carrot Juice Addict (322 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings278 Featured reviews6 Average helpfulness62%
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I don’t think its legal but im not sure…

quite nice music files. Im not gonna rate this though, since you didn’t make them.

~NiQ

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Review by the real one Bjarni

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Bee Boy Swarm (29 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings29 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness25%
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How many times should I say “Only .j2b works”?

Cooba: I know, but I’m not the only one with this problem![This review has been edited by the real one Bjarni]

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Review by cooba

Posted:
Posted more than 10 years ago
Carrot Juice Addict (318 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings113 Featured reviews31 Average helpfulness84%
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Bjarni : Until you’ll get it that something’s wrong with your JJ2 >p
Danyjel : This is from JJ1, you (/)
UF : Nice to see that files again.[This review has been edited by Cooba]

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Review by L0st_S0ul

Posted:
2 May 2006, 11:21
CTF Bug (0 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings0 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0
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Nice music =)

Bjarni: if you use a .j2b file for music, you aren’t required to type the .j2b extension behind the file, but if you want to use some other file type as music you have to type “music.s3m” or “music.it” in the level editor
(replace the word music with the name of the file)

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RecommendedReview by PT32

Posted:
28 Oct 2008, 23:02
Spaz Slackrabbit (196 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings171 Featured reviews3 Average helpfulness60%
Rating
8.0

I liked this [I am referring to all 5 parts in this here review.] upload. And I’m sorry that you’re leaving. Hope you come back again!
The five parts contain Jazz1-accurate songs, which are handy when creating levels themed with JJ1. No glitchy spots, no messed up instruments, this pack[s]‘s got it all! However, some very minute [very much so] deviationson notes does occur,but not too badly. A good addition to the J2O community.

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