Dune is a video game developed by Cryo Interactive, based on the universe by Frank Herbert. It is a mix of adventure and strategy games.
Music for Dune was primarily composed by Stéphane Picq, with some contributions by Philip Ulrich. For sound devices, the game supports AdLib, AdLib Gold, Sound Blaster (while mentioning that it is equivalent to the AdLib soundtrack), Sound Blaster Pro, and Roland MT-32 (or LAPC-I card).
This soundtrack to Dune was recorded on an original AdLib Gold (1991) with the Surround Module.
|105||Worm Intro||Stéphane Picq||2:52||Download|
|108||War Song||Stéphane Picq||1:05||Download|
Variations in Length
Depending on the sound card selected to play music, track length will vary. For example, Wormsuit has its longest variation on AdLib with 6:32 minutes, while the AdLib Gold version lasts for 3:31 minutes, and finally the MT-32 version lasts for a very short 1:18 minute.
Dune is one of the very few games known to take advantage of the AdLib Gold's Surround Module.
- Recorder: Beegle
- Game Credits:
- Composers: Stéphane Picq, Philip Ulrich
- Special Thanks: Henri Chalifour
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