Westwood Associates Logo - Eye of the Beholder (DOS)

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Westwood Associates Logo
Composer Paul Mudra
Released 1990-??-??

Westwood Associates Logo is the first song you hear when Eye of the Beholder (DOS) starts up. Though there are other company screens that appear while this song plays, Westwood Associates is the first one to show, and the song has therefore been named after it. The song starts up with a few instruments and with every loop increases and fades out. Paul Mudra wrote the music in AdLib Visual Composer using his own custom BNK file.

This song may have been intended for use in the SNES version, but was replaced by the Capcom Logo jingle.


Eye of the Beholder (DOS)

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Eye of the Beholder (DOS)
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Eye of the Beholder - DOS - Westwood Associates Logo.png
Arranger Paul Mudra
Released 1990-??-??
Length 0:32 (AdLib), 0:08 (PC Speaker/Tandy 3 Voice)
Format ROL
Loops No

The PC speaker and Tandy versions last only 8 seconds.

The song can be played on all three of the supported sound devices; AdLib/SoundBlaster, PC Speaker, and Tandy, though the Tandy version is exactly the same as the PC speaker version except there is an added echo.

Eye of the Beholder (LYNX)

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Eye of the Beholder (LYNX)
Arranger Matt Scott
Released Unreleased
Format UNK

Plays at the game's title screen. This is the only port of the game to contain an arranged version of the music.