Gaming Composer looking for a new project

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by Deborah Mauer, Feb 18, 2019.

  1. Deborah Mauer

    Deborah Mauer New Member

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    I am a film composer looking to get into the gaming world. I have experience writing electronic, orchestral, and ambient. Here is my website: https://mauermusic.wixsite.com/music and here is my soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/deborahmauer. At this point, I would work for free simply to gain connections and experience. Look forward to hearing from you.
     
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    Hey there!

    Are you willing to work on my game? It's named is Skull and Bones. The ALPHA1 version is already out. Get it from here: https://and249.itch.io/snb The previous music composer left my team so I'm looking for a new one. Will you work for free?

    Best,
    Neel.
     
  3. Deborah Mauer

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    Hello! I am so sorry I'm getting back to you a little late. Yes I would love to write for your game. Are you still looking for a composer?
     
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    Hello there!! Unfortunately I have already hired a composer. But, it is ok if you work with him like a collab. That would make things easy for both of you. Let me know what you think.
     
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    No problem. I would be happy to collaborate. Do you have an email where we can talk details?
     
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    Ok great!! Send me an email here: and24903@gmail.com
     

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