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    Looking for a game OST (can pay low, read post)


    So let me start off by saying that the low price is because I'm in college. I don't have much money to begin with, but I feel that asking for a soundtrack for free is unfair.

    Anyway, on to the post.
    I'm looking for a few tracks, between 1:00 and 1:30, for my game. I'll need one for each game mode and a menu theme (in a trance/electronic style). I'll probably be able to pay around $30 to $40 for each track. Is there anyone who would be willing to do this?

    Again, I apologise for the low price, but it's something beyond my control.

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    Better start here. These are public domain

    https://freesound.org/search/?g=&q=Trance&f=duration:%5B50%20TO%20100%5D%20license:%22Creative+Commons+0%22

    To hear, you first have to listen
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    I would be willing to work with you. I make instrumental music all the time as well as pop rock/ alternative rock with electronic elements in both. Feel free to listen to my attached work to see if it is of your liking. I have not worked on a project such as this before, so I will offer you the option to critique my work if you like until you get the product you are looking for, and then you can pay me once you are happy with the product.

    Here is a link to an ambient soundscape:https://soundcloud.com/noah-myers-447984429/cavern

    A more groove based synth/alt. rock jam:https://soundcloud.com/noah-myers-447984429/transient

    A hybrid of trance/folk music: https://soundcloud.com/noah-myers-447984429/ryoan-ji

    A link to my band: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4omDzOSvF6l0T03Lo6C5oq?si=Xtd5w7MwShSLn_OczvNYxA

    Send me an email to nem121199@gmail.com if interested in working with me. I have been wanting to write for a game for quite some time, and would absolutely be interested in working with you.

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    Why not just use some licensed library music? Audio Jungle, Pond 5, Killer Tracks, etc. all sell songs.

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    Someone has offered already, but thanks for the link anyway.

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