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My music in the Unity asset store

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Hi to everyone! I would like to advertise some of the music i have in the UNity Asset Store
My account is here:


while you can listen to a lot of previews on soundcloud and bandcamp

I have music for fantasy games (Songs from the forgotten lands) and for menus / credit / title screen
Also, a vocal collection ( Win and lose library vol.1) with vocal shots to highlight victory or defeat events.
The tracks on soundcloud are "protected" by a short "beep" (of course it will not be present in the full version on the asset store).

In particular, "Ancient Kingdom" was rated 5 stars and is one of the most downloaded:
The full preview is on bandcamp for free but for private listening only.

while "travelling in a ship lost in outer space" is the perfect ambient soundtrack for sci-fi games (as for "Ancient Kingdom", you can listen download the full tracks from bandcamp, for private listening only.

The "Short Metal Clips Pack":

contains 45 short clips in metal style, some seconds long, to be used as level intro, ending, death, victory, and in general to emphasize particular moments of a game.

You can listen to the demo of the whole package here:

It contains also, as bonus, some clips from my pack "Win and lose library vol.1 -

visit also my facebook page and my website to get my news and, if you need something particular, feel free to contact me!

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I have added some packs to my collection!

first of all you can download a [b]free pack[/b] with a small selection from "[url="http://u3d.as/content/matteo-bosi/short-metal-clips-pack/2Uw"]metal clips[/url]" and [url="http://u3d.as/content/matteo-bosi/win-and-lose-library-vol-1-vocals/2y6"]"win and lose library vol.1:vocals"[/url]

then, I have published "Win and Lose library vol.2: retro synth arpeggio"
a collection of very short synth arpeggios expecially suited for simple and quick platform games, web games, puzzle games and so on. The mood of the synth melodies is WIN and LOSE, with the short musical lines tailored for the successful game/level ending and failure events and mistakes. There are a total of 45 different synth short sequences for both win and lose events, ready to be inserted in your game without any processing: you must only lower the volume at the level needed.


some new menu /trailer / title music:

and finally the [b]"complete music pack"[/b]
with ALL the music I have published up to july 2012 at a very special price... a LOT of music to suit all your needs for only 60$!
(for now, it does not inclued the most recent packs...) Edited by bosone

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bumpy! :)
i have uploaded a lot of new music since the last post! :)


check the "Short Orchestral Stinger" collection and my "monster / Human screams SFX!!


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