Jazz Jackrabbit MIDI Project

Rating
9.2
Reviews:
12
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Date uploaded:
1 Mar 2005 at 10:16

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Author
MaliceX (More uploads by MaliceX)
Type
Music
Credits
Robert A. Allen, Joshua Jensen, Alexander Brandon (Composition)
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100%
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File contents

README.txt 2.30 kB 28 Feb 2005
JazzJackrabbit2_BonusStageUnr_GM.mid 218.14 kB 19 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit2_BonusStageUnr_XGv103.mid 258.23 kB 28 Feb 2005
JazzJackrabbit2_Boss1_GM.mid 142.24 kB 01 Mar 2004
JazzJackrabbit2_Boss1_XG.mid 160.40 kB 01 Mar 2004
JazzJackrabbit2_Carrotus_GM.mid 151.12 kB 16 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit2_Carrotus_XGv100a.mid 216.04 kB 28 Feb 2005
JazzJackrabbit2_JazzCastle_GM.mid 174.98 kB 01 Mar 2005
JazzJackrabbit2_JazzCastle_XG.mid 192.52 kB 01 Mar 2005
JazzJackrabbit2_LabRat_GM.mid 174.64 kB 11 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit2_LabRat_XGv105.mid 244.41 kB 12 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit2_LabRat_XGv105a.mid 244.74 kB 01 Mar 2005
JazzJackrabbit2_TSFHaunted_GM.mid 138.11 kB 29 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit2_TSFHaunted_XGv103.mid 149.80 kB 01 Mar 2004
JazzJackrabbit_1-1_GMv102.mid 110.70 kB 12 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_1-1_XGv102a.mid 171.59 kB 28 Feb 2005
JazzJackrabbit_1-2_GMv103a.mid 133.79 kB 28 Feb 2005
JazzJackrabbit_1-2_XGv205a.mid 186.44 kB 01 Mar 2005
JazzJackrabbit_1-3_GMv203.mid 113.30 kB 06 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_1-3_XGv211a.mid 232.59 kB 28 Feb 2005
JazzJackrabbit_2-1_GM.mid 87.32 kB 08 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_2-1_XG.mid 107.33 kB 08 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_2-2_GM.mid 78.26 kB 08 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_2-2_XG.mid 111.74 kB 08 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_2-3_GM.mid 185.03 kB 13 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_2-3_XG.mid 225.34 kB 13 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_3-1_GM.mid 73.13 kB 14 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_3-1_XG.mid 96.02 kB 14 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_3-2_GM.mid 108.05 kB 08 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_3-2_XG.mid 127.08 kB 08 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_3-3_GM.mid 61.48 kB 16 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_3-3_XGv100a.mid 99.74 kB 28 Feb 2005
JazzJackrabbit_3DBonus_GM.mid 147.58 kB 12 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_3DBonus_XGv100a.mid 195.61 kB 01 Mar 2005
JazzJackrabbit_4-1_GM.mid 90.19 kB 13 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_4-1_XG.mid 111.75 kB 13 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_4-2_GM.mid 72.76 kB 16 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_4-2_XG.mid 107.80 kB 16 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_4-3_GM.mid 129.12 kB 14 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_4-3_XG.mid 166.61 kB 14 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_5-1_GM.mid 115.21 kB 06 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_5-1_XG.mid 145.50 kB 06 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_5-2_GM.mid 57.46 kB 13 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_5-2_XGv100a.mid 74.60 kB 01 Mar 2005
JazzJackrabbit_5-3_GM.mid 133.26 kB 17 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_5-3_XG.mid 182.00 kB 17 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_6-1_GMv2.mid 78.49 kB 09 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_6-1_GM_altver.mid 48.39 kB 12 Oct 2003
JazzJackrabbit_6-1_XGv100a.mid 82.07 kB 01 Mar 2005
JazzJackrabbit_6-2_GM.mid 112.50 kB 08 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_6-2_XG.mid 123.40 kB 08 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_6-3_GM.mid 108.08 kB 21 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_6-3_XG.mid 126.84 kB 21 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_BossGUARDIAN_GM.mid 106.56 kB 14 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_BossGUARDIAN_XGv103.mid 158.49 kB 15 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_CDDeckstar_GM.mid 121.94 kB 18 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_CDDeckstar_XG.mid 188.56 kB 18 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_CDDesertoSECRET_GM.mid 138.41 kB 04 Mar 2004
JazzJackrabbit_CDExoticus_GM.mid 177.67 kB 17 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_CDExoticus_XG.mid 192.64 kB 17 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_Ending_GM.mid 88.08 kB 18 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_Ending_XGv100a.mid 110.98 kB 28 Feb 2005
JazzJackrabbit_MainTheme_GM.mid 81.73 kB 17 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_MainTheme_XG.mid 119.59 kB 17 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_WorldClear_GM.mid 2.82 kB 28 Feb 2005
JazzJackrabbit_XMAS94_Level1GM.mid 68.31 kB 17 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_XMAS94_Level1XGv100a.mid 91.15 kB 28 Feb 2005
JazzJackrabbit_XMAS94_Level2GM.mid 40.84 kB 18 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_XMAS95_Level1GM.mid 48.24 kB 31 Jan 2004
JazzJackrabbit_XMAS95_Level1XG.mid 61.48 kB 31 Jan 2004
JazzJackrabbit_XMAS95_Level2GM.mid 41.67 kB 13 Feb 2004
JazzJackrabbit_XMAS95_Level2XGv103.mid 59.51 kB 17 Feb 2004

Description

Last updated: 1st March 2005

This is a zip of MIDI’s transcribed to MIDI from a large portion of music tracks from the Jazz Jackrabbit game(s). This includes:


—-*ALL* original JJ music
—-*ALL* original Holiday Hare music
—-3 JazzCD music
—-6 Jazz2 (incl. TSF) music
—-*NO* Jazz3 (unreleased) music

Note: Steven Picken sequenced Tubelectric, Medivo and World Clear originally. Goku7 had some involvement with the Medivo (XG) MIDI.

All was sequenced using WinJammer Professional with an XG MIDI synth, and note reference help by LifeAmp. (Maz-tools)

Newest MIDI: Jazz Castle

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Quick Reviews Average: 8.9

Secret Jackrabbit rated 10.0

MIDI Files is way better than MP3 Files!

[Review changed to quick review. For more information, see \Review Rules\. – Cooba]

RecommendedFawFul rated 8.0

they are okay.. but i haven’t got a clue where to use them for :P. i just think it’s a bit useless. and converting isn’t really something where skills are needed.

RecommendedKrinya rated 8.7

Very very nice. Lot of them much cleaner/enjoyable than the original. Too bad, that there are only a few of these.
— For who can’t understand why is this better than mods: Mobile phones can play mids, and mids are much smaller than the mp3s. Even some apps written to Nintendo DS can play mids.


User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 9.5

Review by MaliceX

Posted:
1 Mar 2005, 13:20
Frog (11 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings11 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness100%
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I’m still waiting for ThunderPX’s upload to be removed. A fair amount of bugfixes were made after his/her upload. (And at least then, any changes I’ll add to this zip, save me time scrambling around for seperate MIDI’s)

Danyjel: No actually, this project was started 12 months ago from now. You probably don’t like MIDI’s in general and I can understand that. They’re an underestimated music format, and many people have to put up with the terrible soft-synthesizer most computers have called the Microsft® GS Wavetable Synth™.

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Review by sonictth

Posted:
3 Mar 2005, 14:44
Bee Boy Swarm (33 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings33 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness15%
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What is so interesting in re composing MODULES to MIDIS?

I wont download this, because i like more the Module musics…

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Review by DaThunderPX

Posted:
13 Mar 2005, 21:07
Frog (10 Points)
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Because people with good soundcards can make them sound better then the modules?

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Review by PT32

Posted:
28 Oct 2008, 06:03
Jazz Jackrabbit (202 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings171 Featured reviews4 Average helpfulness61%
Rating
N/A

Okay, so what we have here is a nice little group of songs, which like MaliceX said, span JJ1 and some JJ2, sadly not JJ3D [I call it 3D Because that’s what it actually is. Go find the leaked version online]. There are 2-3 different variations of every song, each uses slightly different instruments. I liked some of them, like the Haunted ones and the the Diamondus ones. [that’s my opinion, don’t downsize my review because of it]. But, I didn’t like some of the others, like the medivo and letni ones. They weren’t quite so hot to me. But nice work, and n/a dl rec.

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Review by KDS

Posted:
24 Mar 2009, 22:25
CTF Bug (1 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings1 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0
Rating
9.5

Yours MIDIs sound good. But in Marbelara, Jungrock and Exoticus you should have used a E. Piano 1 extension rather than a E. Piano 2 extension in the chords.

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RecommendedReview by L853RCHU

Posted:
13 Jul 2013, 10:27 (edited 25 Feb 20, 01:00)
CTF Bug (1 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings1 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0
Rating
9.5

Original Review: 13 Jul 2013, 10:27

“This quite a nice sound pack, but there are some incorrect sounds. Oveeall pretty nice.”

Ah, primary school me, you never cease to amaze me. It feels interesting coming back to review this after 7 years, 15 years since the files upload. These MIDIs helped me and encouraged me into soundfont creation which I now do as a hobby. God bless you MaliceX for your MIDI work, my only complaint is the excessive looping(which is an easy fix that I’ve already done.)

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Review by JelZe

Posted:
1 Mar 2005, 11:59
Spaz Slackrabbit (136 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings98 Featured reviews7 Average helpfulness86%
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Actually, it would have been better to upload just the Castle MIDIs alone, because the rest has already been uploaded once. We’re very sensitive about double uploads because we want to keep our bandwidth usage to a minimum. Hope you understand.

- JelZe GoldRabbit =:3

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Review by DanYjel

Posted:
1 Mar 2005, 12:02
Jazz Jackrabbit (215 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings215 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness44%
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What’s so cool on converting music to midi format? What’s better on MIDI than any module? Is there any fun on doing that? Or what is reason to do that?

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Review by juan

Posted:
15 May 2011, 04:44
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i dont like this, This file SUX

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