App music tracks

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  1. qUAntUm k

    qUAntUm k Well-Known Member

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    What do software developers do about music? My friend and I make killer electronic/techno loopy music that would definitely take a gaming experience up a notch. Anyone interested in working with us? Let me know.

    qUAntUm k
     
  2. dannys95

    dannys95 Well-Known Member

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    do u have anywhere we can listen to some of your tracks?
     
  3. qUAntUm k

    qUAntUm k Well-Known Member

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    hi danny,

    im uploading a selection of tracks this evening...i will reply with a link later tonight...thanks for your interest!

    quantum k
     
  4. dannys95

    dannys95 Well-Known Member

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    ok :cool:
     
  5. BulletDev

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    I'm looking for a clip of music for the "Boss Levels" in my game, but that's all.

    I'll be listening to the clip as soon as you upload it.
     
  6. RM imagery

    RM imagery Well-Known Member

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    Sorry to jump in this thread, but i was about to start my own and saw this and def don't want to add clutter.

    I've been writing electronic music for over 20 years and have always been told that my stuff is great for soundtracks - which lends itself to certain games. I have a very cosmic sound.

    There are too many games without music/sound!

    Quantum - i'd love to hear ur stuff.

    My link is in my sig below and would to hear what anybody thinks.

    - Ric
     
  7. qUAntUm k

    qUAntUm k Well-Known Member

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    Audio R[k'd]

    again, thanks for expressing interest!...we have uploaded a five tracks for everyone to check out...let us know what you think, if you would like to use one...or whether you'd like a track designed to your specific needs...

    Audio R[k'd] has landed @ http://www.virb.com/audiorkd

    -qUAntUm k
     
  8. Morti

    Morti Well-Known Member

    Hey,

    I'm game developer and interested in your tracks. Mind PM'ing me or sending me a mail?

    Best
    Martin
     
  9. RM imagery

    RM imagery Well-Known Member

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    Good stuff Quantum!

    Arcade 1 is the strongest. It would be stronger with the bass line coming in earlier - for a while i thought it was just a drum loop - and maybe have an alternate part come in the middle to break it up and add tension, a bridge if u will. Excellent stuff for a shooter.
     
  10. BulletDev

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    #10 BulletDev, Jan 24, 2009
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    Would it be alright if I used the first 2 tracks on the site?
     
  11. qUAntUm k

    qUAntUm k Well-Known Member

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    Audio R[k'd]

    hello friends,

    thank you everyone for listening to Audio R[k'd]! PM's sent to all the interested. thank you RM imagery for advice regarding the track structure. i sure hope anyone on this forum looking for music also checks out your link too. you have top quality music productions to offer.

    quantum k
     
  12. RM imagery

    RM imagery Well-Known Member

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    Thanx man.

    Those are more fleshed out songs - i am going to start to write more simple loops that would gel with games better.
     
  13. qUAntUm k

    qUAntUm k Well-Known Member

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    BrettArchibald Well-Known Member

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    Just a thought, but have you developers not tried GarageBand?
    It comes free with all new Macs or can be purchased separately, and comes with a ton of loops in all styles of music, that can just be dragged-and-dropped to create great tracks... no previous musical experience required...
     
  15. CommanderData

    CommanderData Well-Known Member

    Just listened to your samples. Very nice! I may have a use for your style of work in some apps later this spring...
     
  16. dannys95

    dannys95 Well-Known Member

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    just wondering would using these tracks in an app be for free or charged?
     
  17. PoV

    PoV Well-Known Member

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    Myself I've been goofing around with trackers for years (Scream->Impulse->ModPlug->Buzz->ReNoise). These days I play around in Ableton Live with my Axiom, TD3-KW, and some expensive VST's. I like toys. :)
     
  18. brewstermax

    brewstermax Well-Known Member

    How can I download them. Or can you email them to me email. I love this type of music, if done well, and it certianly is.
     
  19. christophebailleau

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    Music for iphone/ipod touch game

    Hello; i am christophe bailleau,from belgium; i am a musician (and videast) in electronic area since many years; i have released some cds from different labels, essentially in europe; i would like to work with a developper , which would be interested to use some of my tracks, or to developp a score, a music
    especially for a game, to work together (sorry for my bad english, i work on it ); i am found on games, and i am sure my music can fit with it; developpers, dont hesitate to contact me; you can listen some of my stuff on myspace for example; i am waiting for your contact;
    thanks
     
  20. gyromancer

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    I produce dance music & have had a few releases out over the years. Writing any kind of electronic music for any potential game would be no problem.

    Influences over the past 25 years range from early 80s electro right up to present day covering most genres of electronic music.

    If any developers would be interested in hearing some of my work please don't hesitate to message me.
     

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