Need music?

Updated on February 22, 2018 in  [R] Sound Design
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7 on December 7, 2014

Hello, Im new to learning unity coding. and its definitely taking longer than i initially thought. however i would like to offer my other talents until i can complete my own game. so if you need music or sound effects, please let me know. here is a sample of my work

http://youtu.be/LsEAVkiQX2s?list=UUAVo-z48pqqzL57Es5_jD7Q

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0 on December 7, 2014

music is always welcome 😀

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0 on December 7, 2014

well if you need some email me at doublejumpx2@gmail.com with either a description of the game (or demo, or screenshots) or an idea of what kinda music style you’d like 🙂

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0 on February 8, 2015

Damn, ur music is good!!! I’m making a team to develop a FPS, if you’re intrested just reply here: http://forum.brackeys.com/thread/lets-make-a-game-together/

Idk if u make this for free so, if u don’t, i can’t pay xDDDDD

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0 on February 8, 2015

Thanks for sharing your work with the community Jack. ^^ 😀

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0 on July 21, 2016

Really good music, i need to make a game for my portfolio and finding someone who can make good music is a bonus. If you’re interested in helping with music and sfx for the game i’m making. Let me know at Making A Portfolio Game For Friends Of Design
or send me an email.

I can show you my game’s progress when i start and obviously give credit to you. I can also provide you a working copy of the game if you want it.

I still need to make a list of assets i need for the game but if you’re interested and want to help, i’ll put together a list of music and sfx i need too. Thanks, and again, was awesome music 😀

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0 on February 4, 2018

Hi guys. I know websites that indie developers can use to score free game sound effects and music for their games. The secret is knowing where to look. So, I’ve made the process even easier by compiling a list of websites that offer free game sound effects that you can use in your next project. Many of these sites vary from major sound databases like Freesound.org to small blog sites dedicated to a particular niche.

It’s important when you’re using sound asset sites to check the license agreement. Each website’s policy and usage guidelines may vary. So, be sure to check for commercial use and whether giving attribution is required or not.

http://kenney.nl/assets/rpg-audio
http://99sounds.org/free-sound-effects/
http://soundimage.org/
https://www.lucidsamples.com/free-sample-packs/181-free-sound-effects-sfx-pack.html
https://opengameart.org/art-search?keys=sounds
http://www.themotionmonkey.co.uk/free-resources/retro-arcade-sounds/
http://soundbible.com/royalty-free-sounds-1.html
https://freesound.org/

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