Freelance electronic/orchestral/chpitune composer for your game

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    Freelance electronic/orchestral/chpitune composer for your game or film

    Artist: Francisco Rivera (Ciscophony)
    Portfolio on Soundcloud
    Contact me at: frankiecisco@icloud.com
    If you're looking for someone to create music for your game or film, I'm your guy! I have experience in electronic, chip tune, and orchestral type music but am open to anything! I'm an enthusiastic guy who is ready to work. If you like what you hear or have any questions email or message me! Thanks for your consideration.
     
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    Soundcloud changed to Cisconox if link doesn't work.
     
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    Available again!
     
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    Available again! Ready and excited to create some music for someone!
     
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    Some people think they can get away with scamming. Please know I make a contract when dealing professionally with somebody!
     
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    Just wrote music for a skiing game and available again!
     

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