"We Love Indies"

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by WeLoveIndies, Mar 13, 2019.

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    What does the music of Angry Birds, Anno, Mortal Combat XI, The Elder Scrolls Online, Hitman 2 etc. has in common with the sounds of Game Of Thrones, Battlefield V, World of Tanks and many more?

    They all came from Dynamedion, one of the largest game audio studios in the world.


    We started the program “We Love Indies”, to give something back to all the hard-working independent developers, who appretiate the power of professional audio from game-experienced composers, sound designers and audio integrators.

    We know which way the wind blows:

    Establishing a creative product in a strongly fluctuating market can be a hit or miss endeavor. Tight budgets are a critical factor and often the reason for decisions made at the expense of the overall quality - which is obviously shattering.

    Therefore, we would be delighted to share our expertise with you and your project:

    Benefit from our unbeatable indie rates, our non-negotiable quality standards and our experienced team that does nothing but creating audio concepts, writing music and designing sound – full of passion – the whole day long.

    Take a look at Dynamedions trackrecord.


    Just take visit our indies page, or send me a PM with some info’s about your project – I`m happy about every message - the sooner, the better

    We are looking forward to hear from you!
    Andi
     
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