[Giveaway] Orchestral Music Library (Ends August 31st)

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  1. JShaw

    JShaw New Member

    Feb 8, 2019
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    Hi fellow gamers, hope you are all well!

    Some of you may have seen the free RPG orchestral music library I've slowly been releasing. Recently, I have had the time to update this library, fully remastering it and adding in several new tracks (41 in total!). You could say, the library has been ...

    ... Reborn ...


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    My lack of originality aside, I wanted to run a giveaway alongside the release for any developers that want a copy of the library. There are multiple ways to enter, and a winner will be drawn from each entry method on September 1st. Some ways to enter are:

    1) Listen to the Soundcloud playlist and drop a comment on your favourite track

    2) Listen to the YouTube playlist and drop a comment on your favourite track.

    And a few other ways in the website link above, but I also wanted to do a special entry method for those that only browse the IndieGamer forums, so another way to enter is simply:

    3) Comment on this thread!

    Let me know your favourite / least favourite tracks, if you have any suggestions for future tracks or styles, whether I missed any essential themes, or what your favourite soundtracks / games are (Golden Sun, Fire Emblem, and NieR: Automata get my votes!)

    Entries end on August 31st.

    On September 1st, I will use a random number generator to pick a comment in this thread and they will get a copy of the library. After their response, I will update this thread to announce who won.

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    If anyone has any questions, comments, feedback, suggestions, woes, troubles, problems, headaches and so on, just let me know!

    To the mods, I did have a thorough read of the rules, but if there are any issues with this post, do feel free to zap it (preferably with a high magic spell!)

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