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There are at least 2, possibly 3 soundtracks for Deus Ex - the original IT/mod music from the PC version, the orchestrated PlayStation 2 soundtrack and the OST CD release that might be slightly different from the PS2 soundtrack (the version of the title music is basically the same in the OST and PS2 versions though). I do already own 3 copies of Deus Ex, and the mod music is easily converted to mp3, but if this release includes the fantastic PS2 rendition of the music (or the CD music, if that includes most of the PS2 soundtrack), I'll happily purchase a fourth copy.
This question / problem has been solved by shadeargimage
The GOG soundtrack is not the IGM converted to MP3. It's a lot more active and vibrant; definitely well produced.

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Album Title: Deus Ex Soundtrack
Date: 2001

Artists:

Alexander Brandon (35 tracks)
Michiel Van Den Bos (4 tracks)
Dan Gardopee (2 tracks)

Track listing:

Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #01] Deus Ex Main Title
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #02] Intro Sequence
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #03] Liberty Island
Michiel Van Den Bos - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #04] UNATCO
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #05] Battery Park
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #06] NYC Streets
Michiel Van Den Bos - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #07] Lebedev's Airfield
Michiel Van Den Bos - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #08] Airfield Action
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #09] Enemy Within
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #10] Desolation (Hong Kong Canal)
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #11] The Synapse (Hong Kong Streets)
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #12] Hong Kong Action
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #13] Majestic 12 Labs
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #14] Versalife
Dan Gardopee - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #15] Naval Base
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #16] Paris Streets
Michiel Van Den Bos - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #17] DuClare Chateau
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #18] Paris Action
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #19] Return to NYC
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #20] Oceanlab
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #21] Ocean Action
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #22] Oceanlab Complex
Dan Gardopee - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #23] Vandenberg
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #24] Begin The End (Bunker)
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #25] Area 51
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #26] Ending 1
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #27] Ending 2
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #28] Ending 3
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #29] The Illuminati
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #30] DX Club Mix
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #31] Training Room
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #32] NYC Bar
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #33] Hong Kong Helipad
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #34] Hong Kong Club 1
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #35] Hong Kong Club 2
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #36] The Nothing
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #37] Paris Club 1
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #38] Paris Club 2
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #39] Paris Cathedral
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #40] Conspiravision
Alexander Brandon - [Deus Ex Soundtrack #41] Paris Cathedral Conversation
The OST is worse than the in-game music. Just open the UMX files with foobar (with foo_dumb) or Winamp and listen there.
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shadearg: The GOG soundtrack is not the IGM converted to MP3. It's a lot more active and vibrant; definitely well produced.
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Vagabond: The OST is worse than the in-game music. Just open the UMX files with foobar (with foo_dumb) or Winamp and listen there.
Da fuq?
Post edited January 26, 2012 by tfishell
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tfishell: Da fuq?
Opinions. People have them.
is the Soundtrack music actually used in the game of the year edition, or is still the "old music" used in the game?
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triple-b: is the Soundtrack music actually used in the game of the year edition, or is still the "old music" used in the game?
The "old music" is in-game as usual.
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Vagabond: The OST is worse than the in-game music. Just open the UMX files with foobar (with foo_dumb) or Winamp and listen there.
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tfishell: Da fuq?
If it is indeed the PS2 soundtrack, which it sounds like by shadearg's description, it's got highs and lows - being entirely pre-recorded instead of a loop based mod file like the original music, it isn't as dynamic as it is when you're playing the game on PC, but the non-synthesizer stuff (the bass line and guitars at Lebedev's airfield, the strings in the theme song and the flute heavy Ocean lab music) sounds way, way better on the PS2 as it's played with real instruments instead of short, looped poor quality samples.
I put together a rip of the ingame soundtrack, 74 tracks, converted after separating each track (with jumps removed) into its own .IT module prior to conversion so they play & loop correctly. Can upload it somewhere if anyone else is interested in it.
Post edited February 07, 2012 by adamhm
Interesting, just compared the versions of the music, and I guess the music available for download is from the GOTY soundtrack CD. It's neither the original PC in-game music, nor the remastered and orchestrated PS2 in-game music. Seems to use the same arrangements as the PS2 music, but with sampled instruments (like the PC soundtrack, though with higher quality, probably because space wasn't an issue) instead of a full orchestra. It's probably recorded straight off the rompler synthesizers rather than converted to mod samples.
Post edited October 05, 2012 by fisk0
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adamhm: I put together a rip of the ingame soundtrack, 74 tracks, converted after separating each track (with jumps removed) into its own .IT module prior to conversion so they play & loop correctly. Can upload it somewhere if anyone else is interested in it.
I know it's only been 5 years since you posted this, but I would definitely be interested!