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  • 10/08/19 04:13 PM

    Alibi Music Library Launches New Label for Video Game Developers

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    khawk
    • Posted By khawk

    Expanding its offerings for the global videogame industry, ALIBI Music Library (“ALIBI”) has launched a new label for game developers. ALIBI Orange features an initial 16 albums across numerous genres (Action, Adventure Fantasy, Casual, Horror, Sci Fi and Kids), with all tracks formatted especially for game play. The ALIBI Orange label – now available in both the Unity Technologies’ Asset Store and Unreal’s UE4 Marketplace  – brings developers music with the same professional quality that has made ALIBI a leading partner to the film and television industry, but with a looping structure catering to the nuances of the gaming experience.

    “Getting the chance to work with and really listen to game developers over the years, we created this label with their unique interests in mind,” said Kent Carter, ALIBI’s Vice President, Strategic Initiatives. “We’re proud to be able to share these albums, which are first-of-their-kind offerings for this industry, with Unity and Unreal developers.” 

    Included with each expertly crafted loop are instrument stems, musically-related stingers, multiple endings and beat-mapped transitions that give game developers maximum flexibility and make implementation easy. At a price point of $39.99 per album, the ALIBI Orange label offers Unity and Unreal developers non-exclusive, royalty-free license to use the music and associated assets for any video game or VR/AR project worldwide and in perpetuity. This pricing reflects ALIBI’s commitment to music creators, with 50 percent of all sales going back to the composers.

    Unity is the creator of the world’s leading real-time 3D development platform, giving users the most powerful and accessible tools to create, operate, and monetize experiences for the real-time world.

    Epic Games' Unreal Engine technology brings high-quality games to PC, console, mobile, AR and VR platforms. Creators also use Unreal for photorealistic visualization, interactive product design, film, virtual production, mixed reality TV broadcast and animated entertainment.



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