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How does one get into the writing/recording for game music?

Discussion in 'Studio Lounge' started by Cacacas, Feb 16, 2008.

  1. Cacacas

    Cacacas Active Member

    How does one get into the writing/recording for game music?

    I'm sure there are connections, and I want to know about them.
     
  2. Bucka

    Bucka Guest

    As in Video games???
     
  3. Cacacas

    Cacacas Active Member

    Oh, yes. Video games. NO, I don't want to write for board games. Hahaha, just video games.
     
  4. Bucka

    Bucka Guest

    Man, good luck!!! I'm sure its hard. I imagine you just need to know some1 in the busness of video games. But that would be bad ass to to that!!!! Hell i dont have the slightest idea, google it!!! Any thing could happen.
    Srry if i miss lead you, thinking i had connections or somthn. I've only heard of video game makers asking artist to score there games. Not the other way around.
     
  5. MadMax

    MadMax Well-Known Member

    Google the game manufacturers.

    Contact them by phone and ask about their submission process.
    Send them a sample/press kit ONLY if they ask you to. That much I DO know.

    Some ONLY take submissions for individual projects that are in the works, some will buy samples for stock and pay you extra when they are used. While some do everything in house. Of course, there's all variations of contracts/usage in between.

    Again, contact them and ask what their process is.
     
  6. Cacacas

    Cacacas Active Member

    wow...
    thank you
     

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