Game Audio

Audio composers and sound designers on Game Gorillaz will make original theme songs, game music, SFX, and dialog for your game app.
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Miracle Studios Games came in to existence two years back and is aimed at providing quality complete projects and designs assets to ...

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Construct 2 game templates. Games optimized for mobile. ...

Marma

 
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Professional music and audio scripting for your video ...

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High quality music for a variety of genres, from action to fantasy, casual, horror, puzzle, ...

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https://www.redheartco.com/ An Entertainment Company run by the Redheart Family dedicated to providing the best tools and apps for Game developers, Musicians and all artists alike. Check out more Voice pack ...

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Craig Dodge is an award-winning classically trained film, television, and video game composer & audio designer, Craig has composed music for over 35 video games, while also acting as the lead audio designer for the projects. IMDB: ...

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We follow the needs of game developers as well as global industry trends and supply at a regular basis 3d models, props and environment packs that help create and visualize games. ...

Game Poly

 
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Educated 3D Game Artist, went to TrueMax Academy in Denmark. Have over 12 Years of 3D Modelling / Texturing ...

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Hello my name is Tabah Furqon Hakim, I make music since 2012 and now I worked as freelance music composer. looking for opportunities in games and movies. Contact me in [email protected] for ask question, request music asset and to collaborate ...

Instrumental Musical stings and cues for kids Show's,film and games. background music for urban and pop games. 1min,1min50sec, 2min,2min50sec, music cues,10sec,15sec and 30sec,6,10,15sec stingers, 3min full ...

Green Wire Music is ran by Jack Broadbent, a music graduate composing for film, television and video games. Comfortable in all styles of music, tracks can be created or adjusted bespoke for each project, director and game ...

Hiring Guide

Tips for Hiring a Game Music Composer First Time

If you’re working on your first game or perhaps you’ve done a few already but now you’re considering hiring a composer to work with you, this may feel like a big step! It could feel like a risk or a bit daunting to be bringing on someone new to the team, but it doesn’t have to be difficult or scary.

Here are some top tips that I hope will encourage you to take that next step:

1. Identify what kind of music you want for your game

Do you have a certain type of music style in mind for your game? If not, don’t worry – as your composer could help you to decide on this with you. However, if you have an idea already of what you’re looking for – by knowing this and being able to articulate it – this will help you in your search for the right composer for your team and project.

2. Establish your budget and what you are willing to spend on music

If you haven’t budgeted for music in your game – do so! If the budget is really small, then you’re probably looking for someone starting out in their composing career who could be willing to work for you for free or for exposure/credits, or perhaps royalty free music is your better option.

However, we would never recommend taking this route for your game if you’re serious about it and want it to be the best that it can truly be.  If you have spent a lot of time, effort and energy of every other aspect of your game – then we would encourage you to invest that extra bit of money and time on the music – so that it compliments and enhances the overall experience for those playing your game. It would be a real shame after all of that hard work, for the music to let you down and to hinder just how good your game could be.

3. Do your due diligence

When you’ve found a composer that you like the look or sound of – don’t just decide to work with them because they’re cheap, agreeable, local or whatever – do your due diligence!

Take a closer look at their website and portfolio. Do they have some decent credits? Do they have any testimonials? If they’ve not worked on any games before, it will be risky for you to work with them. It’s better to work with someone that you can rely on and trust to get the job done and the job done well. 

The last thing you will want to be doing is spending your time chasing up a composer who has disappeared, gone rogue or decided to use the music they’ve created for you elsewhere and on another project! It’s amazing what I’ve heard has happened, and so do be careful about who you choose to work with and who you let into your world. 

4. Brief your composer well

When working with a composer for the first time, this may be something quite new to you and is often an area that developers can struggle with. It’s about putting into words what you have in mind for the kind of music you want in your game, and it’s about helping your game music composer to understand your game better.

5. Give feedback on the tracks

Remember that your composer isn’t a mind reader! They will need your help in understanding what works for you and what doesn’t in any particular music track. If what they’ve created isn’t perfect the first time, don’t worry – just be as honest as you can and provide as much feedback as you can about what you want and what needs amending / adjusting to get the soundtrack closer to what you want.

We hope that these tips help you to move forwards and to hire the right game music composer for you.

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Tips for Hiring a Game Music Composer First Time

If you’re working on your first game or perhaps you’ve done a few already but now you’re considering hiring a composer to work with you, this may feel like a big step! It could feel like a risk or a bit daunting to be bringing on someone new to the team, but it doesn’t have to be difficult or scary. Here are some top tips that I hope will encourage you to take that next step:

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Game Gorillaz understood our requirement from the very first day and matched us with great developers from Russia who further produced some top results. Game Gorillaz has eased the process of connecting with senior game developers for us.

- Dorella E

Using Game Gorillaz to hire a senior unity3d game development team to deliver a beautiful product was one of the best choices we made at MackDavi Studios. Their level of service was exceptional, presentation excellent, and they were helpful with every need we had. We will definitely be using their amazing services again, and highly recommend them to others.

- Cal M., MackDavi S.

Developer team hired from Game Gorillaz did a professional job of reskining our Unity 3D running game. They were able to take my theme and requirements to produce a game to my exact expectation. Good communications and were willing to make my minor change requests with no fuss.

- Scott H.

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