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Title: Composer assistance
Post by: Guedzilla on February 25, 2014, 01:06:03 PM
Hello!

My name is Daniel, I have a bachelors degree in Image and Sound and have been devoting most of my spare time to music since... uhm, since I started to learn music I think, when I was around 14 (I'm 30 now ::) ). I saw that you already have a composer, but there could always be the need for another one.
I have much love for the original game, having played it a lot when I was a kid. I think it probably had an iinfluence on me getting into music when I was a little older.

Here's a link to a collection of soundtracks I've done so far: http://dgevangelista.bandcamp.com/ (http://dgevangelista.bandcamp.com/)
I also play in bands but I figure that's not so relevant here.  ;)

I've also applied for graphic assistance.

Daniel


Title: Re: Composer assistance
Post by: abisso on February 28, 2014, 01:53:17 PM
Hello Daniel.

I've listened to some of your tracks. Podcast is incredibly soothing to the ear. So relaxing, I could listen to that one for hours.
I've also checked MatarĂ s, from JAC Games. I suppose it's the soundtrack of a horror game, and it definitely manages to create the right atmosphere if that's the case. Then I gave "Escape Artist" a go. Although very old, it's got a similar feel to Podcats in terms of ease of listening. A pleasant one as well.

By the way, not only we already have a main composer: we also have a couple of additional ones, which usually have a support role and fill gaps when necessary. So, for the moment I'll say thanks, but decline your offer. I appreciated it a lot, though.

Thanks for the support,
-Gabriele


Title: Re: Composer assistance
Post by: Guedzilla on March 01, 2014, 11:51:10 AM
Hi!

I'm glad you liked the tracks. MatarĂ¡s (portuguese for "thou shalt kill" more or less) was a FPS set within a sort of horror/maniac ambientation. It was made by an independent game producing group I was part of, but it didn't last very long (also the games were very raw, but it was fun!).

Escape Artist was for a flash game by Pastel Games.

Well, in case there's more need of composers, give me a call... I'll be following the project anyway as a fan  :)