-=) Free Original music anyone? (=-

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by Rhythmic Symphony, Jun 9, 2008.

  1. Rhythmic Symphony

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    I've been recording music as Rhythmic Symphony for a while now, but I thought it would be fun to try and use some of my more epic instrumentals as game music.
    Is anyone interested in free original music? I'm not going to bother mixing and mastering it if no one really wants it anyway. :confused:
    you can check out our Rhythmic Symphony stuff if you want, but it's not a very good representation of my instrumentals.
    myspace.com/rhythmicsymphony
     
  2. Matt2East

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    Really enjoying the pop vocals + orchestral stuff!
     
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    If you can get a variation of style together, I'm pretty sure there will ALWAYS be interest.

    I'm interested in "MEDIA" themed music right now. The kind you see at the start of broadcasts and news programmes for instance.

    The point is, people always need music.
     
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    :) Yeah, but there's so much music out there. And not just music, but there's a lot of good music.
    But thanks for the advice. I will diversify. :)
     

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