This group is for all the musicians at ModDB. I place to show off their work and to discuss music. You could also ask for help for a song or give suggestions to one another. If you are requesting help for a mod or game, PM me and I can relay the message on the news/blog. This way people don't get mass e-mailed :). I don't know what else to say so have fun!

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InnerSpace- Sound Design: Matching Sound & Art

InnerSpace- Sound Design: Matching Sound & Art

1 month ago InnerSpace 2 comments

When working with a very stylized aesthetic, realistic and natural sounds don't reflect the art style the way a game's sound design should. In other words...

RedOwl music for games and media

RedOwl music for games and media

4 months ago News 1 comment

i'm here to present you RedOwl RedOwl is a composer duo based in Venice (Italy) working on original composition for video games, films, trailer and media...

Sword Art Online Inspired Original Track

Sword Art Online Inspired Original Track

5 months ago News 2 comments

Sword Art Online Inspired Original Track by ThoughT, the lead composer for No More Room in Hell!

"Aurore" - Première Performance of my Composition

"Aurore" - Première Performance of my Composition

1 year ago News 4 comments

"It is my first written work for piano. The title is translated as 'Dawn', but I speak here of Aurora Borealis: The waiting of the Northern Lights in...

Winter - Zelda: Twilight Princess

Winter - Zelda: Twilight Princess

1 year ago News 0 comments

Twilight Princess 8th Anniversary - My arrangements of Toru Minegishi, Asuka Ota, and Koji Kondo's mythic Soundtracks. Orchestration: Synth Instruments...

This group is for all the musicians at ModDB. I place to show off their work and to discuss music. You could also ask for help for a song or give suggestions to one another. If you are requesting help for a mod or game, PM me and I can relay the message...
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iQew Mar 25 2011 says:

Is there any group/site for voice actors and voiceactress? Please tell me in a pm :)

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DGaius Apr 7 2011 replied:

I'd like to know too to be honest :) So pm me too please! :P

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Chinka Feb 25 2011 says:

Who can recommend good Sytrus/Rapture/Dimension/other synthesizer tutorial? :>

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trancemaster_1988 Dec 17 2010 says:


I'm not sure this is the right place to seek help, but..

I really need some music for my Morrowind mod. I thought that perhaps some of you have played this wonderful game, and would be willing to give this a go. It's nothing I can pay for, sorry. Modding is something I do for fun, and I hope that some of you feel the same way with your love for music.

The things I need is:

3 Exploring tracks
3 Battle tracks
1 Main Theme track

Most of all I would like a theme track.

If anyone feel they could do this for me, please give me a PM

Take care,

- Trance

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Leon_Kilean Dec 12 2010 says:


The mod of ours is Water, for Half-Life 2, check here --->
<--which is a mermaid/puzzle/fantasygame, developed by a small superteam, such people involved as the creators of Research and Development, Half-Life 2 Short Stories, and Flesh.

We´re looking for a person who can provide us with good quality tracks, in various emotions and moods, aaand if you can whoop out some sound effects as well, etc soundscapes, that´d be good too..
We work really fast btw, so fast responses and plenty of free time is a huge plus.

...Just throw me a PM or an email, with some info and examples, and we´ll check thru the applicants for a fitting choice.


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DGaius Dec 9 2010 says:

Can you guys recommend me a guid or a tutorial which explains a little about music theory or composing a track in general(preferably film scoring or making a soundtrack ofcourse :P)?

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Blaze_K Dec 15 2010 replied:

lol, a tutorial?
there are 2 ways.

1. get proper thick books about the theory and start with basics.
2. or screw that, open your music software of choice and start composing using your ears, brain and intuition.

i actually mix both. i do know most basics and aspects that interest me, however i value spontanious approach to music much more than the "can't put this sound here cos theory says it'll create a dissonance" approach.

anyway, this topic is to broad to have short tutorials for it.

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DGaius Dec 16 2010 replied:

Well guidelines would have been a better way to discribe it. I know what you hear/like is important, but there are some handy guidelines out there which usually work. Like I found the Future Producers forums, I checked it out quickly yesterday and they had a lot of usefull guidelines :) I can recommend it to other people.

My point was however that I never had an education nor a degree in music theory or production. So I missed those guidelines and I was looking for them :)

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Blaze_K Dec 18 2010 replied:

well, what feels like a solid guideline to you, may feel like an unnecessary restriction to someone else.

it all depends on what kind of scores you wanna make. movie soundtracks differ greatly, after all they have to fit or amplify the atmosphere of films and scenes they're made for.

if you wanna compose typical pompeus, multi-instrumental orchestral tracks, i can't imagine you doing so without learning a big part of theory. especially knowledge about harmonies and building the musical tension is crucial.

if you aim for electronica type of tracks, you shouldn't have problems with creating some simple stuff with no theoretical knowledge at all.
however, i encourage you to get some real instrument and learn how to play it, it will really help you getting ideas for your compositions.

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CD_TOASTER Nov 11 2010 says:

what apps do you guys use? im most familiar with reason

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Gilleece Jan 12 2011 replied:

DAW: Cubase 5

Composition software: Sibelius, Guitar Pro 5 [I upgraded to 6, vomited wildly and went back to 5].

MISC: Reason 4, Traktor Pro [I enjoy doing stuff live over my work and recording it, it gives a pretty unique feel. Sometimes restricting yourself by not being able to undo an action can be quite liberating!]

As far as Vst's go, well that's a long list of both freeware and paidware. Some freeware tops even the most expensive counterparts though, there is some gems like C_SUPERSTEREO that don't even have a download link online to anymore and are just top notch! Search and you'll find some real gold out there, for free! It's crazy.

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DGaius Dec 9 2010 replied:

If with apps you mean sequencer I use FL Studio

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