I finally released a 0.9v of my IJ (Williams) Reorchestration for the Pinsound Board. I'm pretty burned out on this one. I promise I'll finish it to 1.0 (it's just missing very few sounds and 2 jingles and some loudness fixes as far as I remember) but right now my Studio is booked until march and I really need to work on something else right now.
This is a pretty spot on reorchestration for IJ. All the sounds you know and love (or hate) are there - all in beautiful 44.1khz 16bit CD Stereo quality.
What was done?
- Searching the COMPLETE OST for all the small loops that get used during gameplay and cutting them
- Reorchestrating all the loops, fanfares (jingles) that are not in the movies at all (most jingles, some of the music like tank chase or well of souls)
- Enhancing the SFX or recreating it from the ground up (with original sounds from the movies [bluray editions]) (173 Files!!!!)
- Searching for all the speech samples in the movies, cutting it, cleaning it from the 5.1 source (as far as possible). I also added many new speech samples that weren't in the game before. I also enhanced the sound of the original Sallah samples that were only recorded for the pinball machine. 189 Samples now instead of 89 originally!
Since some people don't know what the pinsound board is... please go here: www.pinsound.org
You will need the board to use my sounds. No, you don't need extra roms. Simply replace the original WPC DCS board in your machine.
I do recommend a stereo upgrade for your machine with two identical Hifi speakers for best possible stereo field. This requires some hacking. You won't regret it. Pinsound also sells a wiring harness for this upgrade.
You can download my reorchestration for free at www.pinsound-community.org.
Take a listen to my preview here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5bjfvpslqaz21t0/Indy%200.9%20Preview.mp3?dl=0
I made this in my spare time and it took 250+ hours. If you like my work and you want to support me I'm happy about any donations. White Water will be up next with complete new speech spoken by Warren Davis, the original voice of Wet Willy.
You may want to check out my other mix for Terminator 2:
Or the OST Version
Any comments, feedback and constructive criticism are welcome.