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Olivier Girardot

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Hello, my name is Olivier Girardot, I am a music composer and a sound designer, and I post here on a regular basis. I usually share my youtube videos where I talk about my sound effects and give tips and tutorials about how to make them yourselves.

Today I am seeking your help, or more precisely some kind of partnership. I am looking for active gave developers to review or advertise my Sound Effect Packs. The idea is to get the packs for free, and share and honest opinion about them from a game developer's point of view, in your blogs, on your website or your youtube videos, whatever you are comfortable with. It can be a single sentence comment or a 30 second review. I am not asking for anything laudatory either, just some honest thoughts. But I never had any complaints from the people who purchased my sound effects, so I am not expecting some harsh critics... I hope :)

The point is that you get a high quality batch of sound effects for free that hopefully you can use in your projects, and I get a little bit of publicity in exchange. I grant myself the right to select the people to whom I will give my packs for free, considering that on of the criteria is to have an active platform where you post stuff on a regular basis. That being said I am not looking for Youtubers with millions of subscribers, not even thousands... although, if you do have thousands of subscribers or readers, and that you are interest in this offer, well I am not going to be the one who turns you down ;)

Ideally, I would like to promote my packs that I sell on the Unreal market place or the Unity Asset store:

Unreal: https://www.unrealengine.com/marketplace/en-US/profile/OlivierGirardot

Unity: https://assetstore.unity.com/publishers/39771

But I also sell them on my online shop www.ogsoundfx.com and you can also ask me to review anything you want there, and I will gladly consider it.

In the meantime here is one of my latest Youtube video where I showcase my "Dragon Land" sound atmosphere:

I am looking forward to your replies !

Olivier Girardot

Owner & Sound Designer @ www.ogsoundfx.com



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Amazing work! :) 

I'm working on a site for some of my personal stuff with the intent in putting out tutorials and such on game development. I'll promote your stuff once I get to that stage as I'm mostly catering to programmers so getting asset packs at a one stop shop like your site is beneficial. Been pretty busy on my work projects so I haven't had a lot of time, but it is in the works! I think within a few months I'll start working on the tutorial stuff.

Until then I'll direct people to your site if asked. :) Keep up the great work.

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Sounds great man !

Let me know when you are ready, and I'll be happy to give you the pack(s) you need for your projects ;)

Thanks again for your ongoing support here !

Cheers man !

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17 hours ago, Rutin said:

Amazing work! :) 

I'm working on a site for some of my personal stuff with the intent in putting out tutorials and such on game development. I'll promote your stuff once I get to that stage as I'm mostly catering to programmers so getting asset packs at a one stop shop like your site is beneficial. Been pretty busy on my work projects so I haven't had a lot of time, but it is in the works! I think within a few months I'll start working on the tutorial stuff.

Until then I'll direct people to your site if asked. :) Keep up the great work.

By the way, what kind of engine to you work with, Unreal, Unity or another one ?

Would you need a SFX pack now ?

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8 hours ago, Olivier Girardot said:

By the way, what kind of engine to you work with, Unreal, Unity or another one ?

Would you need a SFX pack now ?

I work with an in house engine, and I also work in both Unity and Unreal as needed. One of my commercial projects has been stuck between Unity and Unreal at the prototype stage as design work is being done.

I always leave SFX closer to the end, but I'll be buying those packs off your site. :) I have another project in the works that should release in a few months as well and I'll be looking at your stuff at that stage.

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All this sounds really great ! Can't wait to hear back from you. Good luck with those projects !

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