music composer for games/trailers ...

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    xgit New Member

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    Name: Andreas
    Samples: https://soundcloud.com/user-369165776 (new music will be added soon)
    contac: PM or email: xaeros-world@arcor.de

    Hi, I have written music for quite some time but i am new to video games composing. Thats why i am looking for some projects to get started ....
    Preferably, i write ambient music, music for trailers, orechstral, jingles...
    On my soundcloud page you will find some examples ... more music will be added soon.
     
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    Hey Andreas. I have to say, just the two tracks you have was really impressive and aligns rather well with the style of game I'm trying to make! I can't wait to hear more of your tracks.

    I'd be interested in speaking to you about my project and see if maybe you'd be a good fit. So let's have a chat.
     
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    hey, check out my new track. It's a funk/jazz track with an improvisation part.
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    Just finished a small project.
    I created some music tracks and sound effects for a visual novel "Attribute" (check out www.creativeattribute.com).

    I also created a medley version and upoladed it on soundcloud:
     
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    I added a new Track.
     
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    This track is inspired by MTG music.

     

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