Game Composer Seeking Project

Game Composer Seeking Project

Postby austinhaynesmusic » 17 May 2014, 02:19

Hi,

I’m the composer for an adventure game called Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller from Phoenix Online Studio which has won awards for the game and the music itself.

I am looking for some further work in other games and would love to see if I could contribute to your project.

Feel free to hear my demo reel: https://soundcloud.com/austinhaynes/music-reel-2014

You can also visit my website to learn more about me and contact me: www.austinhaynesmusic.com

All the best!

-Austin Haynes
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Re: Game Composer Seeking Project

Postby charlie » 17 May 2014, 08:48

Moved to Art & Assets as this isn't a Project, just an offer for services.

Also it might help if you signal your willingness to work under open source licenses with your contributions as I expect that is what the majority of open source projects will be looking for.

You could upload a few samples to www.opengameart.org as that would also raise interest.
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Re: Game Composer Seeking Project

Postby austinhaynesmusic » 17 May 2014, 09:54

Thanks for moving my post in the correct location. Unfortunately, open source licensing for my music is not an option. I am a freelance composer work for hire.
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Re: Game Composer Seeking Project

Postby mdwh » 19 May 2014, 10:16

Note that Open Source doesn't necessarily mean working for free - what sometimes happens (and I've seen this on Open Game Art) is that an artist is paid to produce something by a developer, with the condition that the resultant work is made available under an Open licence (no different to any other work for hire really - it's normal for the person paying to own the rights, so they're then free to licence it as they like, including giving it away for others to use).
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