RPG Music Pack - Free Commercial Use

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  1. Aaron Krogh

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    Here's an old track I wrote for a game in '07. Hopefully someone will find it useful:

    305 - Heresy - Creepy church organ music.
     
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    So I am allowed to put this in one of my YouTube playthrough videos?
     
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    Absolutely. Thanks for asking.
     
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    just had to clarify it in case I broke any creative commons rules
     
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    This is great, I could really use alot of these. Thanks.
     
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    Awesome stuff. A lot of the battle themes are a little too laid-back for my taste, though Blood Mambo and 162 A and B are excellent. My favorites are some of the mood and field pieces, particularly Never Forget, Don't Mess with Me, The Lonely Amazon, and Snowy Field. I'll definitely be coming back here while making games.
     
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    These are... beyond amazing.

    Not only have you got a huge selection, but each song is incredible in it's own way. Keep up the awesome work. :D
     
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    I'm impressed;

    296 - The Tea Garden (Loop) was awesome! You should definitly explore more of those as you said "full circle melody" types. I believe it was the most emotional piece you've made so far. Also, I really loved serenity and White Elphants! These are great, wonderfull infact. Keep up the good work.
     
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    awesome, been looking for these kinds of resources... XD

    btw, is there any way to compress those files to minimize filesize?
     
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    No problem. For now, and for the foreseeable future, all of my downloadable songs on soundcloud.com are "creative commons" & royalty-free.

    You can go to my last.fm page for smaller filesizes: my albums page
     
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    These are stunning. You have a real talent. :3 Is there a rar archive somewhere so I can just download them all in one fell swoop? Nevermind, you made it easy enough. :)
     
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    Well, in case anyone is interested...

    CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD MY COMPLETE LIBRARY IN MP3 FORMAT
     
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    Love your music, picked up a couple of them for my current project and they fit in pretty well. Thanks for posting these. :D
     
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    Awesome thing, this pack. It's much easier than having to grab them one at a time.
     
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    I'm really loving your music, man!
     
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    Forgot to mention it, but I used your "infamous megaboss" for a demonstration of my cross fade script (see my siggy). Sorry, had to convert it to monophonic due to a (currently) unfixable error in the script, however I did include the originals as well as linking people to your page. Sorry I forgot to mention it sooner (was going to as soon as I posted it).
     
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    No problem. Use the music in whatever way you wish.
     
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    Friends,

    I have updated the song links in the initial post. Now the tracks are categorized by their intended use, including "Battle Themes," "Town & Map Themes," "Dungeon Themes," "Scenes," "Ambient Themes," "Character Themes" and "Inn Themes."

    The purpose of this update is to make finding songs easier for you.

    Also, do not be surprised if the links take you to a 5-second advertisement page. All of the resources listed in this thread are FREE, but I still need funds in order to keep providing you with my music.

    To reach the music page, simply wait five seconds as the advertisement displays, then click the continue button in the upper-right-hand corner of the web page to go directly to the song's download page. Let me know if a link does not work, and I'll fix it ASAP.

    As always, thanks for your support!

    ~Aaron
     
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    I had a question about your boss songs. I've played C and B side by side, and I'm not seeing a real difference in the tone except for the first... 15? seconds. I know it says it was an intro, but I guess I thought you took the song and said "HIT EM WITH THE STRINGS!"
     
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