Jim Leonard wrote:

Tom of Quest Studios has a whole website on this: http://www.queststudios.com/

Forgot to mention that the MIDI files Tom has on his site were created using a very novel method: The program played the notes to what it thought was a Roland MT-32, but instead was a MIDI patch cable running to another computer with a MIDI board which RECORDED the MIDI information into a file. So even Sierra games, which used a custom format that wasn't straight MIDI, were able to be captured and reworked into normal MIDI files. Very clever indeed.
Jim Leonard ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) http://www.oldskool.org/
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