Are you considering hiring someone to create a customized soundtrack? I’m genuinely delighted that you’re considering me for this opportunity. I receive numerous inquiries every week from individuals seeking music for their projects, whether it’s for a game or a YouTube channel intro. While I’m more than happy to collaborate on such projects, there are a few important factors to consider, especially if this is your first time working with a composer or musician.

Firstly, it’s essential to determine how much material you’ll require and the nature of your project, including its title and how long it has been in development. Additionally, knowing the size of your team and the projected timeline until release or a playable demo/alpha version is crucial. Are there any specific features or elements that the music must include? Understanding your budget and how much you’re willing to allocate for music and sound is also important. Moreover, do you require an exclusive license for the music, and do you intend to sell the soundtrack?

These questions serve as a starting point for our collaboration. Ideally, it would be helpful to have these details clarified upfront to streamline the process. For instance, I’ve had requests for a full soundtrack to be composed within two months, which unfortunately isn’t feasible for me. Similarly, I’ve been asked to emulate the style of renowned composers like Jeremy Soule, which isn’t within my repertoire. By familiarizing yourself with my music, you’ll gain a better understanding of what I can offer.

I’m excited about the possibility of working together and creating something exceptional. Let’s ensure that our collaboration is both fruitful and enjoyable by addressing these considerations upfront.

Have a look through the For Video Game Developers page if you are considering using my previously written music in your project.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out via email if you have any questions at all. I’m here to help and happy to assist in any way I can.