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gmlion

Royalty free music tracks

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Hi,

I recently organized a set of music tracks I can offer for free to independent videogame developers.

Chek it out:

[url="http://soundcloud.com/gianmarco-leone/sets/royalty-free-2011-1"]http://soundcloud.com/gianmarco-leone/sets/royalty-free-2011-1[/url]

If you plan to use them, just let me know.
Any comments on the music is welcome!


Gianmarco
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[quote name='gmlion' timestamp='1321952307' post='4886484']
Hi,

I recently organized a set of music tracks I can offer for free to independent videogame developers. Chek it out:

[url="http://soundcloud.com/gianmarco-leone/sets/royalty-free-2011-1/"]http://soundcloud.co...ty-free-2011-1/[/url]

If you plan to use them, just let me know.
Any comments on the music is welcome!

Gianmarco
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Hi Gianmarco

I like most of it, im not the big music talent, but here goes. My only cirtisicm, would be that some of it is too monotome, dont know if thats the right word for it. I'll try to explain. Some of it, moves too much in the same tone area in such a way it get "boring" - in a way that you feel you just heard that bit just before.

BUT that being said, some of the numbers, we absolutly love. And maybe we would like to use them. But not if many others have the same music in their games. Ofc. Can I PM you?

/Anders
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Hi Gianmarco, those tracks are really intriguing, congratulations! It's very pleasing to hear them. My favorite one is "memories", it gives nice emotions. And I think that the style of most of them is very adequate to indie games.
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[url="http://soundcloud.com/gianmarco-leone/tracks"]Moonlight Solitude[/url] (not part of the set you mentioned) is really cool; excellent work. Gentle Idle is good also.
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[quote name='Urled' timestamp='1321995368' post='4886667']
I want to use in my game.
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Nice to know! What game are you making?
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