Royalty Free Music by IB Audio
Hi IG users!
We compose tracks that are ideal for use in indie games, we compose all the tracks in-house which are only available from our www.ibaudio.com website. We have a comprehensive license that means you can use our music in your game and you can sell as many copies as you like without paying us any extra fees.
With prices starting from only £1 it's a superb way to get the music you need without breaking the bank.
All the music can be previewed in full on the website. We have full tracks loops and edits so please take the time to have a good old listen.
We are looking to gear a lot of new music towards game development and already have a good selection that should be useable (check out the Film & Game section). We add new tracks every month so please check regularly or sign up for a free account and we'll send you a newsletter every month.
Take a listen and we hope you enjoy the site.
All the best
You've got nicely competing prices per your tracks and great license Ian.
Music also brings that unbeatable English-sounding style.
I'm in search for appropriate themes for our upcoming game. Unfortunately I'm after another styles in a moment. But I'm pretty sure I'll return to your stuff later.
1. That stupid "Play" buttons don't work properly for me - when I start playing and later stop them they continue downloading theme. I could try two themes on the page and should reload the whole page to stop them loading and continue check next two. (W2000, IE 6, Flash 8 if necessary)
2. This is just personal but I hate when any music service unites their adventure tracks and call them "Game" music. But this is probably because I just hate adventures.
Good luck to your business,
Many thanks for replying to our post.
The prices are good and without any catches so they should appeal to indie gamers and amateur filmmakers (well I suppose anyone really).
You can stop the stream on the play button by clicking the small arrow that appears at the bottom left of the button. As the previews are in a low res format they should load pretty quickly so the stream nearly always ends by the time you've listened for a few seconds (on broadband that is).
If you click the song titles you can also download an MP3 preview by clicking the red download arrow.
As our library grows we intend to add more sections so we can define the catagories better but there is an element of when we write music we have one vision in our minds of what the music is good for but then the perception of the song to someone else can be quite different.
Anyway thanks again
Last edited by IBAudio; 11-27-2006 at 03:52 AM.
Yeah, this is acually what is thrilling me even more. I've spent whole last weeks on Royalty Free Music websites and looks like they all use the same wrong coded button. No any way that I mentioned this as your fault - only as a possible way to improve.
Originally Posted by IBAudio
As for music style - again - that's why we need as much as better such services - because good ones deliver their own style and vision. And this pretty correct again.