Aside from the poor quality of the GoG tracks... (esp #32)
The track naming is also rather unusual - not sure what they were thinking of there.
Track 1 is obviously the data track but why the jump to 12 and 22 instead of 19?
#12 -> #18 (DF CD1)
#22 -> #32 (DF CD2)
#2 -> #14 (MOTS)
Worse, at least on my machine, the music doesn't always appear to loop as it should. [url=http://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Star_Wars:_Jedi_Knight_%E2%80%93_Dark_Forces_II#Music_does_not_loop]I've noticed this is a problem for Windows 7 users[/url]. I thought GoG may've fixed it - does anyone else have this problem? (going into the setup menu will restart the music)
Aside from that I've been listening to the music really carefully from my original CD's
I've noticed quite a few clicks / glitches which are encoded into the tracks themselves! =(
At first I thought it was my CD's but it appears to be widespread - possibly a production fault.
Listen to the click
at 1:53 approx: http://youtu.be/7pv7W6Naixw?t=1m50s
And another small switch
sound at 3:25 approx. http://youtu.be/7pv7W6Naixw?t=3m20s
It's a bit OCD but I may rip the tracks to Wave and run them through Audacity to try and eliminate the errors.
I can then convert to FLAC and Vorbis respectively.
It's great to play this game again after many years - I think I even prefer it to the sequels.