RMN Music Pack is a collection of videogame music composed by members of http://www.rpgmaker.net for anyone and everyone to use in their non-commercial videogame projects. RMN Music Pack was created in three-months timeframe as an event organized by 800 M.P.H. and NewBlack with assistance of Kenton Anderson.

You can find the full list of submissions here!

OGG Download

98.0 MB
All the songs in this version of the music pack are in OGG format. They all have loop points built in them, so every song will loop non-stop when played in your game. All the extra repetition in the OGG versions of the songs has been cut off to conserve space, so some of them don't last as long in media players as their MP3 counterparts do.

MP3 Download

235.5 MB
All the songs in this version of the music pack are in MP3 format. This version has been tailored to be more like a regular videogame soundtrack release.


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Congratulations everyone! I know this was a lot of hard work and effort, but the results are spectacular. Good job!
High Five for everyone coming together to make a spectacular high quality pack!
Good job folks, and congrats to everyone who had a piece that was selected.
I'm going to listen to this SO MANY TIMES. You guys rule!
Hm i Wonder if i can pul somethi goff here/
This sounds really cool. I may grab the OGG for use later, but for now, the MP3s. Who knows, I might even submit to RMNMP²!
I don't really pay much attention to music competitions, but I love the fact that they are being organized! Definitely love the music tracks in this music pack. Keep these competitions and more music tracks coming in the future!
This has been an awesome event. Great fun, and some great work by all involved. Well done, everyone! I'll be watching to see if we have any more events like this in future.
Just an FYI, but Cornflake is credited as Conrflake in the txt track listing.
Fantastic music! Thank you all!
Gotta say, this was a really cool thing to do, RMN. I'd love to see more things like this come together here. Hopefully, one of them will be based on something I have some talent with, so I can contribute.
This music is not only something I would love to hear in games, but also something I can sit back and enjoy. I would love to see hear more! I hope all of these pieces are as inspiring to others as they are to me, I can't wait to hear Buy, Buy, Buy in the next item shop!
Was Built From Pixels Up
Christ, impressive stuff. At first I was under the impression this was a new set for purchase; making all these tracks and of this quality for free-use for the community?

Well done, everyone involved~
I love the music that was submitted:) Can somebody tell me what program was used to compose them? I'm learning how to compose music and I've gotten a good start, but I want to have this quality of music rather than MIDIs.I love MIDIs because of their small size, but these sound so much better. If not, that's OK:)
XBuster, get a program called FruityLoops. You can import your MIDIs into the program and replace them with high quality instruments instead of the default MIDI noises. You can also toy with the volume, etc. at the end once you're done.
That sounds Fantastic!!Thank you so much:) It would be much easier to do that. I've always wanted to hear my MIDIs with high quality. BTW, is it free?
I believe you can get a trial for free, but there are similar programs which do the same thing for free if you do enough searching.
The harsh truth is, XBuster, music gear is usually ridiculously expensive. That includes music software. There are free programs out there, but they tend to be nowhere near as user-friendly as their commercial overlords. As a compromise to encourage people to give music a try for more than a month, most DAW developers have started releasing "lite" versions of their software to help people who aren't sure about making the financial investment just yet.

MIDI has been a standard format for musical instruments (and software) since the 1980s, so you'd be hard-pressed to find a solid program that won't let you import and export MIDI files. So I'd say have a look around, try some programs out and see what you find best.

I personally use Reason, which finds a good middle ground of ease, versatility and reliability. You can find it here, there's a month's free trial under the Downloads section.

Other popular options include FL Studio, Ableton Live, and Cakewalk Sonar. There are also higher-end ones like Logic and ProTools, but they're not really designed for newcomers and are way up there in record-deal-budget territory.
Hm i Wonder if i can pul somethi goff here/
I import midis into Synthfont, which can be used free though an occasional nag screen comes up.
I had a feeling It would be expensive. The only thing I'm looking for is a way to import my midis and make them sound like mp3s. It doesn't matter to me if its a lite version, as long as it can do that i'll be satisfied. I'll just go down the list and see which ones I like best. So I'll try FruityLoops, GarageBand, Synthfont, and Reason. For the Midis I use Anvil Studio. Thanks for your support everyone:)
What do you use to make your MIDIs?
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