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The Game Music Of ‘The Last Of Us’

Gamespot has a great feature up on the game music for ‘The Last Of Us’ – check it out below:
 


 


Posted by Asbjoern on June 12, 2013 - Contact



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Need Christmas music? Here are some hand-picked tracks, ready to use!


If you need some Christmas music for your project – for use in your game, with greeting cards, on your web page, or for other marketing and promo purposes, for example – I’ve just made a special collection of 15 tracks that you can start using right now.
 
Hear the Christmas tracks below – and if you want to license a track, click the black BUY button to hop on over to the licensing page.
 
Hope you enjoy them, and happy holidays!

 


 


Posted by Asbjoern on December 10, 2012 - Contact



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Royalty-free game music – composer spotlight: Dramatic music

If you’re looking for dramatic music for your game, British composer Russell Bell is releasing some really great stuff. Here is a collection of his royalty-free tracks in a dramatic, cinematic style which work great in a game context. Check them out below and click the black BUY button to get the currently-playing track.
 


Posted by Asbjoern on August 29, 2012 - Contact



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Is royalty-free game music a threat to game composers?

Just a heads up that I’ll be posting a two-part, in-depth guide next week for both game developers and game composers, showing how royalty-free music can be made a brilliant resource for getting and making awesome game music.

 

I’m a game composer myself, and at first, I was a bit concerned that royalty-free music would be a threat to my custom game music projects. After all, royalty-free music is incredibly affordable, and if you look in the right places, you can find some really great stuff. But that has far from been the case.

 

I’ll tell you all about it in the guide I’ll be publishing next week, so stay tuned and will be looking forward to your feedback on it!

 

All the best,
- Asbjoern


Posted by Aurie on July 1, 2012 - Contact



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