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Indie Music Producer getting into projects or big projects?

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First off, I'm located in Florida so there's nothing game studio wise around me. How would I be able to get music projects from indie developers or even big name developers not working as a in-house composer?

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A lot of Indie game development teams work with volunteers. My team for example works with volunteers from around the globe, using the internet to connect with one another. This gives them real world experience on a game development team, and it helps us get the game made at the same time. You might consider looking through the forums on Garage Games and other Indie game dev resources to find the type of game you're interested in working for. Another consideration might be to make music content packs, and offer those for sale as music packs developers might use to integrate your work into their game without actually hiring your services. Different types of games are looking for different styles of music though so you might get a lot of hit and miss with that. I would definitely put partial samples of your music for people to listen to, like on your ad page or whatever, to encourage sales. When they hear it they will know if they like it. It is through sound that game developers control the emotions of the players, so a good sound pack could be a very valuable thing.

Blessings to you!
-Sparkling

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