Orchestral Video Game Music | Jonathan Shaw

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by JShaw, Feb 8, 2019.

  1. JShaw

    JShaw New Member

    Feb 8, 2019
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    Hi there folks!

    I have just finished setting up a brand new commissions page on my website and thought there may be some interested game developers roaming across these forums looking for professional orchestral music!

    All of the details and examples can be found here:

    But in summary:


    Rates are by per minute of composed music.
    As of 1st January 2019

    General Themes - £40 per minute
    E.g. Villages, Towns, Conversations, Dungeons, Emotions, etc.

    Combat Themes - £50 per minute
    E.g. Battles, Bosses, Escape, Intensity, Danger, Fast, etc.

    Title Themes - £50 per minute
    E.g. Main Theme

    Trailer Music - £70 per minute
    E.g. A unique trailer track outside of re-using existing tracks


    With each track you'll get a computer-generated recording in a format of your choosing (if the track is loopable, it will be looped seamlessly once), as well as regular previews of the work in progress and the option to give feedback and suggest small changes!

    There are several optional additions available if you want some extra materials, such as the full score/sheet music, sound design for your game, a higher quality recording, etc. - all listed on the commissions page above!

    Feel free to drop me a message if you have any questions or queries - and best of luck to your projects!

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