Composer Looking to Score Indie Game

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by Daniel Sage, Jan 20, 2016.

  1. Daniel Sage

    Daniel Sage New Member

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    My name's Daniel Sage and I'm from Louisiana. I'm looking to score a game, bringing it to life. I believe music is a critical factor in immersing the player into your game. Whether it's ambient, atmospheric music, or melody driven, I'd love to write it.

    Here are some tracks I've done:):












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    Contact me: danielsage2@yahoo.com

    **I'd love to really get involved in the emotions/feelings/vibes of what you, the developer and creator, are trying to express in every area of your game. :)
     
  2. IndieGuitarist

    IndieGuitarist New Member

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    I recommend you improve some parts on a song, it sometimes feels like you add unnecessary notes to a part which kills the rhythm, which kills the mood, but A Ranch is the best song out of all 4, well done!
     

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