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DanielM  
7 Sep 2012 03:26 | Quote
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Hey guys it's been a while since I've posted here, but holding down two jobs as a software engineer I haven't had much time free during the summer holdiays, especially since I composed a short soundtrack for an upcoming video game.

It's a side scrolling action with a rabbit fighting zombies, you know as you do.

Anyways here is the soundtrack, all the tracks were wrote to loop through a level and I had great fun writing the music. Once the games released I may pop up with a link to it, provided its not months and months into the future.

Anyways hope you've all been well and here it is:

Evil Whiskers: The Rabbit Legacy by Daniel Mckenna93
Empirism  
10 Sep 2012 01:53 | Quote
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Too bad zombies do not fear, because they do... if they could listen title theme haha... now its payback was pure favorite, felt like same when I first heard Rambo first blood part II theme song in old computer game... great job m8.

Emp
DanielM  
11 Sep 2012 02:34 | Quote
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Thanks so much man, I worked really hard on this nice to see it paid off :D
thatguitarguy  
11 Sep 2012 10:30 | Quote
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Thats pretty sweet man. definitely link that game to us.
supPuss  
19 Sep 2012 10:51 | Quote
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woa man that's a cool job! how does one get a gig like this?
DanielM  
22 Sep 2012 02:58 | Quote
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One scours the internet for people, its an indie game so I looked around forums for game development, Game maker, game dev, XNA all have forums with people looking for music and soounds. Then pm people who you see are making games/asking for help and ask them if they have music and link them to examples of your work. Also post a topic in the forum offering sounds and music but unless you are a contributing member who people like you'll be drowned under all the other people who just signed up for quick marketting. It takes actually reaching out to people and trying to build a relationship to get started with these gigs.

Unfortunately with a degree and my own projects relating to that I don't have time to do any more of these projects for the forseeable future so that makes me more grateful I got this opportunity over summer!

And thanks glad you liked it :)
supPuss  
22 Sep 2012 16:53 | Quote
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do they pay you though?
DanielM  
23 Sep 2012 16:46 | Quote
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No, most indie game developers won't, however if they get better at what they do and start making games that take in money the theory is they won't forget you and start offering paid work.

Also portfolio pieces show people what you can do to fit music to mood and can persuade paying customers in. In my experience it can be hard finding unpaid work it's all about finding where to look and building up experience, contacts and a showcase of your work.
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