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I want to make beautiful music for your games :)

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Hi there, my name is Erim, I am by profession a music producer and sound engineer who also has experiencing in composing working for the BBC, 55 Pixels and various other independent game developers. Following the success of my recording studio (recording bands and solo artists) I have been looking to set aside some more time to get back into game composing. I have put together a Youtube video showcasing some of the work I have been commissioned to compose over the last few years. At this moment in time to build a portfolio I am happy to compose for free. I have 2 fully functioning recording studios, with some of the best software instruments and effects on the market. If you feel I can help with your project, please do not hesitate to get in contact, i am very friendly :)
 

Composing showcase below :). 



www.erimahmet.com - my web page 

Kind regards

Erim Ahmet

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