Not entirely Gosu-related, but I'm forcing it to be. Some of you guys know I make music and I have made music by contracts in the past as well.
I got some new equipment I'm trying to get used to and I haven't had a steady business in a while which is cutting me.
So I want to make music for you guys. Anything, shoot at me, completely free to use (in non-commercial projects).
I got an itch and I need to scratch it! :D
Cool thanks for sharing! (To future readers: I can make multiple songs. Just because I may be doing someone else's doesn't meant I can't do yours!)
...still busy working towards that board game...stand by. :D
What are your rates like for music to be used in commercial projects? (Asking more out of curiosity than anything else.)
Completely negotiable at this point. I understand we're primarily indie here and are not made of money. When I make music, it's licensed under me. What typically happens is the client buys the rights to use my music for his game at a flat rate. (say $3-$10 depending on run-time. Usually $3 per minute). He or she gets to use whenever wherever just by signing a document I e-mail or fax to them (and they send back signed). However, other people can buy this same track and use it by this system.
That's pretty typical. From this I can also bundle the songs together and release it as an album for listeners.
For custom music that I give you complete rights to (i.e. no one else can use it. Not even me.) will be charged at a higher flat rate naturally and a document saying I agree.
But we can always discuss something else entirely. Once I was paid in small portions at a time. That's fine. But once I wasn't paid in about a month and so I just didn't finish working on a song until the last payment was met. It's a two-way street. I do my part and you do yours. :)
Could you link some of your previous work in this thread?
The best I can do right now is link you to my GameDev ad
(under the name KanonBaum).
It pretty much sums up my previous work. I also made a tune for Twisted Tower
(yet to hear back).
Hello, I don't mean to cut into your thread but I'd also be interested in making music for games, and in particular have a new toy to play with (a field recorder) so if anyone needs some sound effects or the likes I'd like to try my hand at it! Let me know
As a fellow composer, I'll let you slide. Just this once!
As a fellow coder, I'll let slide the comment, "Music for your little
As a fellow coder myself, I'll let slide the remark even though you know it's true. :P
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