Deus Ex Soundtrack

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This is the complete original Deus Ex soundtrack which I have converted to VBR MP3 format. I did this compilation because the official soundtrack is missing a large number of tracks, and some of those that are present are not the same versions from the original PC game (probably closer to the PS2 versions).

But this isn’t just a straight MOD-to-MP3 rip. I also resampled any noticeably poor quality samples (e.g. hissing, distortions, pops), arranged the tracks for both correct playback and also what is musically pleasing, and added endings where appropriate. Finally, I recorded the MODs from ModPlug Player to lossless PCM and then VBR (-V 3) MP3 using Lame. Files are named such that they are in chronological game order.

Samples

UNATCO

DuClare Chateau

Archive Contents

Filename Filesize
Deus Ex – M00 – 0 – Title.mp3 2.9 MB
Deus Ex – M00 – 1 – Training.mp3 2.1 MB
Deus Ex – M00 – 2 – Intro.mp3 3.1 MB
Deus Ex – M01 – 1 – Liberty Island.mp3 6.5 MB
Deus Ex – M01 – 2 – UNATCO.mp3 5.2 MB
Deus Ex – M02 – 1 – Battery Park.mp3 5.3 MB
Deus Ex – M02 – 2 – NYC Streets 1.mp3 4.2 MB
Deus Ex – M02 – 3 – NYC Bar 2.mp3 3.5 MB
Deus Ex – M03 – 1 – Lebedev Airfield.mp3 4.2 MB
Deus Ex – M05 – 1 – Majestic 12 Laboratories.mp3 5.9 MB
Deus Ex – M05 – 2 – UNATCO Return (Opponent Within).mp3 6.5 MB
Deus Ex – M06 – 1 – Hong Kong Helipad.mp3 3.4 MB
Deus Ex – M06 – 2 – Hong Kong Streets [Wan Chai Market].mp3 6.1 MB
Deus Ex – M06 – 3 – Hong Kong Canal (Desolation).mp3 2.9 MB
Deus Ex – M06 – 4 – Hong Kong Club 1.mp3 3.5 MB
Deus Ex – M06 – 5 – Hong Kong Club 2.mp3 2.0 MB
Deus Ex – M06 – 6 – Versalife.mp3 4.8 MB
Deus Ex – M08 – 1 – NYC Streets 2.mp3 4.3 MB
Deus Ex – M08 – 2 – NYC Bar 1.mp3 2.3 MB
Deus Ex – M09 – 1 – Naval Base.mp3 3.9 MB
Deus Ex – M10 – 1 – Paris Cathedral – Metro.mp3 7.9 MB
Deus Ex – M10 – 2 – Paris Club.mp3 3.1 MB
Deus Ex – M10 – 3 – DuClare Chateau.mp3 6.4 MB
Deus Ex – M12 – 1 – Vandenberg.mp3 3.9 MB
Deus Ex – M12 – 2 – Tunnels (The Nothing).mp3 4.6 MB
Deus Ex – M13 – 1 – OceanLab 1 (Nauticus).mp3 3.7 MB
Deus Ex – M13 – 2 – OceanLab 2.mp3 4.8 MB
Deus Ex – M14 – 1 – Area 51 Bunker (Begin the End).mp3 4.1 MB
Deus Ex – M14 – 2 – Area 51.mp3 5.9 MB
Deus Ex – M14 – 3 – Dark Age Ending.mp3 1.6 MB
Deus Ex – M14 – 4 – Helios Ending.mp3 1.7 MB
Deus Ex – M14 – 5 – Illuminati Ending.mp3 2.3 MB
Deus Ex – M14 – 6 – Credits (The Illuminati).mp3 3.6 MB
Deus Ex – M99 – 1 – Intro (Voiceover).mp3 3.3 MB
Deus Ex – M99 – 2 – Dark Age Ending (Voiceover).mp3 1.6 MB
Deus Ex – M99 – 3 – Helios Ending (Voiceover).mp3 1.7 MB
Deus Ex – M99 – 4 – Illuminati Ending (Voiceover).mp3 2.4 MB
Deus Ex – M99 – 5 – Quotes (Conspiravision).mp3 5.1 MB

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87 Responses to Deus Ex Soundtrack

  1. Xants USA says:

    Hey! I absolutely love this remaster, but I do have a few questions
    1. Do you still have the original project files to these or mod tracker files
    2. Do you also have a FLAC download of this anywhere, I honestly don’t like the 64 kbps sample rate of the tracks
    3. How did you resample some of the, samples, did you track down the original samples and find better quality ones or painfully mess around with the samples themselves to sound better?

    • Snake USA says:

      I do have the tracker files for the most recent version’s changes only (see the changelog for which tracks that is). I’ll probably upload them at some point. Same with the FLAC versions. I just need to work out the metadata for FLAC to make sure I get it right. The MP3 tracks are VBR level 3 encoded, which should be about 160-192kbps overall, so pretty indistinguishable from the original lossless format. I think you’ll survive without a lossless option, but I understand the desire to have it. Not sure where you’re getting 64kbps from–that would sound like ass.

      For the samples, I mostly used hiss reduction in Audition after converting to 16-bit. But there were a myriad of other problems that could need to be dealt with as well: clipping, clicking, hums, loop pops or other erroneous sounds, missing fades, etc. Whatever didn’t sound right to my ears, I fixed. Sometimes the original composers used the same sample over again for different songs, so that cut down a little on the amount of work. But I’d say overall, I touched about 50% of the samples in every song.

      Tracking down the original samples would certainly be preferable, but that would take a ton of research and I have a feeling some of them were custom samples anyways–mixed and filtered uniquely by the composers. The drum loops for example were probably all comprised of other drum samples and then filtered with who know’s what settings. To me, trying to recreate samples would be the more painful option. 😄

      There’s a bit more info about this project in my latest blog if you’re interested.

  2. Snake USA says:

    If the download is failing, try using the below link instead. I’m trying to work out how to improve stability of downloads.

    http://www.snakebytestudios.com/downloads/music/Deus_Ex_Soundtrack.7z

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