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ExPsyle Music
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Re: Post your music

#16 Post by ExPsyle Music » Thu May 03, 2018 5:32 pm

Hi, everyone!

I've been trying to get some attention for my free royalty-free music tracks that I've been creating with some support from my patrons on Patreon
(https://www.patreon.com/ExPsyle). I figured this is a great place to start because my first, full-featured OST was done for a visual novel (Unbroken Hours's "Princess of Ruin", http://unbrokenhours.com/ruin/). That was pretty much the project that made me realize I can be a music composer. :lol:

Please take a look at my Bandcamp store: https://expsyle.bandcamp.com/

Essentially, all albums except the game-specific OST's are royalty free with attribution (i.e. mention me in the credits of your projects) and all albums with the Patreon logo is 100% free with attribution. So feel free to take and use what suits your needs.

Wishing the best for all your projects! <3

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Re: Post your music

#17 Post by LeetMusic » Fri May 04, 2018 8:14 pm

Not everything needs to sound realistic. Midi-ish sounds can be really cool in pop and electronic music, and of course certain kinds of game music. We know it's not real but it's fun.

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Re: Post your music

#18 Post by Ryuno » Mon May 14, 2018 1:54 pm

LeetMusic wrote:
Fri May 04, 2018 8:14 pm
Not everything needs to sound realistic. Midi-ish sounds can be really cool in pop and electronic music, and of course certain kinds of game music. We know it's not real but it's fun.
This, but with that said, if one is to use synthetic sounds, it pays to put in some work into humanization and polish the sound design because very often it's less an issue of things being unrealistic and more of them being sterile or awkward.

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