|Looking for a Professional Soundtrack?||Post Reply|
|Aug 13 2013, 7:18am Anchor|
My name is Jake Cunningham. I've been composing music for seven years now. Earlier in my life, I had always been told my music would work great in video games and films, but I never knew how to get my music out there. That is, until I actually got my music on a video game. In maybe what is the most unorthodox way to get music in a video game, I became a part of the Rock Band Network, and I got some of my heavier songs playable on the game.
After this, my 'band,' which went under the name 'Chaotrope,' gained quite the internet following, mostly Progressive Rock and Progressive Metal music fans. At this point, I knew I wanted to have a musical career, but I didn't know where to start. That's when I contacted someone in my town interested in coding a game, asking him if he needed music. From there, I attained my first experience composing music for video games with Deadpour, and I've never turned back.
In my opinion, music is incredibly important in video games. A sub-par game can become a very professional one with the right music, and a great game can become a catastrophe with a below-average soundtrack. Music can completely change the tone and mood of a game. But are you worried that you won't know which type of music will fit? I can make those concerns disappear, since I am able to compose virtually all types of music, although I am well versed in electronic and metal music.
I can also compose for short films, or basically anything else needing a soundtrack. Any project will do, really. My services will be cheap, but that in no way means I will be lacking in skill. I have plenty of experience in composing and I'll create the best product possible in virtually every situation.
To view my portfolio, please visit soundcloud.com/chaotrope.
If you would like to see what I can do for your game, send me an email: email@example.com, or PM me on this site.
Thank you very much, and I wish your game the best of luck!
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