Free Music and Freelance Composer Available

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by bonixmusic, Mar 6, 2017.

  1. bonixmusic

    bonixmusic New Member

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    Hey guys,

    I've just released a FREE music library and a paid library (extremely affordable) for those needing high quality music cues. Perfect for those just starting out in the video game industry or seasoned professionals. They're both variety packs with brand new material that highlight my existing music libraries. Included are some very cool 'Atmosheric Sound Design' cues, a new cue based off of the popular Kingdom of Light Premium Edition library, Heroic cues, and more!

    Go here to get the free music for a limited time! https://www.bonixmusic.com/variety-pack-01

    I'm also available for freelance work. I'm able to do a variety of styles from intimate piano pieces to lush orchestration scores. Please check out my site for demos and here for reviews: https://www.bonixmusic.com/reviews



    Thanks!



    Peter Gunder

    www.BonixMusic.com
     
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    bonixmusic New Member

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    Hey guys,

    I’m back in the USA doing custom music for small and large indie projects!


    If you’ve ever wonder why would you want custom music for your project, check out a practical list of reasons here http://samplecues.com/Custom-Music


    I also offer various pricing structures for professionals and those just starting out in the industry.


    For those on a really tight budgets, music libraries are a solid choice. Currently I’m putting my libraries up to 20% off. https://bonixmusic.com/


    FREE??? Yep, a free library (at least for now) can be yours. Simply credit the composer (me; Peter Gunder) in your project(s) and it’s yours for the taking.

    Grab it here and enjoy! :) https://bonixmusic.com/variety-pack-01


    Thanks and enjoy your summer / winter!


    Peter Gunder

    Multimedia Composer
     

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