[FREE] Scythuz's Mountain of Music - Free for commercial use!

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  1. Scythuz

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    Hello there everyone.  I have here a big bunch of free to use music, a mountain of it you could say.


    These tracks are from various sources whether it be projects that haven't worked out, tracks that weren't used,tracks i've made for fun and so on.  They are completely free to use for both non-commercial AND commercial projects.  For commercial projects please ask for permission first.


     


    I only ask that I am credited appropriately and that if you like my tracks that you consider commissioning me for your project.


    The tracks are mostly in ogg and mp3 format.  If for some reason you really really want a track in a different format


    and you can't do it yourself, please send me a pm and i'll be happy to help.


     


    Download links are accessible by pressing the relevant button by each track in each set. 


     


    Links:


     


    Restaff Releases


     


    Freely Available Music Set


     


    Medieval Music Collection


     


    Final Year Project Collection


     


    Tribal / Orchestral Music


     


    Sega Megadrive / Genesis Style Music


     


     


    EDIT: Due to popular request I am now hosting my music on mediafire in the form of compressed folders, here are the links:


     


     


    Megadrive


     


    Terra Incognita


     


    Medieval


     


    Restaff 2013


     


    Free Tracks


     


    Final Year Project


     
     
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  2. BlackRoseMii

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    Great music! Although I already had all music for my project already, I'm going to replace a few tracks with yours now^^
     
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  3. GrandmaDeb

    GrandmaDeb Modern Exteriors Posted! Veteran

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    Thanks for sharing these with the game making community.

    I like the tracks in the first link the best. I liked everything. Your titles are fun. Is the pink ape a human? Else he is an underimpressive ape, I think! And the piano in space title is great - you get what the title tells you is coming. All very enjoyable.

    The Medieval sounds in the second link don't sound very Medieval to me. Hustle and Medieval bustle sounds somewhat Arabic to me. But they are not what I expected, I guess.

    And Tribal Village is nice in the third link - I also found this set not exactly what I expected.

    But that is the joy of the internet, creativity and variety, is it not? The chance to explore many things and find the great thing that fills the need.

    Good luck with your work, and thanks again.

    /me links to compilation in one of Granny's lists
     
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  4. Matseb2611

    Matseb2611 Innovate, don't emulate Veteran

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    These are really great. I am still going through them, but the ones I've listened to so far are really well done. Lots of diversity in themes too. I bet there's a song there for every genre. I'll try to find use for them. Thanks loads!   
     
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    Ah granny knows best!  All my themed tracks aren't necessarily meant to be a realistic interpretation of medieval tracks.  I suppose I'd be better saying that I composed them with medieval instrument samples in order to catch the... spirit... of medieval times rather than anything specifically based on secular medieval music (though the influences are there).

    Thank you for your constructive criticism and praise, I'm also grateful to be added to your lists!

    The actual purpose, origin, species and whereabouts of the pink ape are unknown even to me!
     
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    Hi! I really like what you've done! I think I am gonna use the 'This forest is not just filled with trees' track! I really like it and the atmosphere is perfect for my short game!

    EDIT: the more I listen to the more I want to add to my game. You are awesome! Thank you so much!
     
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    Kes Global Moderators Global Mod

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    Great find!  I'm left hoping that you'll come across a few more "unconsidered trifles".
     
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    Palsa General of Aurda Veteran

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    Fantastic works. :D
     
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  12. Scythuz

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    Here is a very short sneak peek at one the tracks that may be in my contributions to this months restaff: 
     
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    Kes Global Moderators Global Mod

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    The link just takes me to the top of this page.  am I missing something?
     
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  14. Scythuz

    Scythuz Explorer Bot *beep beep* Restaff

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    Hmm you're right, try pasting it in from this: www.soundcloud.com/scythuz/sneak-peek
     
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    I'm seriously considering making a bandcamp account in order to sell work that I get done between commissions.  I was thinking of doing a lower quality album with a pay as you want scheme and a much higher quality one with more set in stone amounts.  Only thing is, I'm not sure about what genres/styles to write in and what sort of prices I should be setting as I am aware that they'd need to be much much lower than my regular prices.  Any thoughts or suggestions on this?
     
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    I think the forum store can be a good indicator as I think it has more or less reasonable prices there (at least for a Member+ anyway). So I'd guess maybe around $5-10 for smaller albums and perhaps up to $15-20 for large ones is affordable to most people. As for the genres, it's probably best to go with whichever ones you do best, but you could see which of your songs get most listens/likes/positive feedback and then to conclude from that.  
     
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    Ah that's very helpful thanks!  Now I just need to figure how many tracks I want to use and the individual price, hmmm.
     
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    Awesome. :D

    If your still considering on what genres to use, some dixieland ragtime or old school rock n roll are always great for events, especially if your wanting to lighten the mood with an amusing or comical situation.
     
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