- Jul 5, 2014
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You have any Good background Music for horror themed games?
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I haven't written anything custom for horror, but there are some pieces on the Dark/Ominous page that might work as well as some on the Horror/Surreal page.You have any Good background Music for horror themed games?
I'm more than happy to create something custom for a donation. Since every project is different and has different needs, I don't post rates...instead, I ask people to give me details about what they need and make an offer. If it seems fair, I'll have a go at it.Is there a cost on Custom made stuff?
if it is how much?
That's because I haven't tried it yet, but I can certainly give it a go if it will help. Any average length to aim for?Hmm, out of curiosity, I've noticed there doesn't really seem to me any real 'battle' kind of songs. Is that something you might add later? And if there are any, where might I find some?
~P.S. you have an amazing library of songs so far, keep up the amazing work.
Cool...just please make sure to credit me if you'll be sharing the game with others.I would say at least a minute with a maxim of 2 minutes (varied) is a good length for combat songs, I'm guessing at least.
I'm also trying out a for fun more or less sort of game, and I wanted to use some of your songs for it, just thought I'd let you know.
You're very welcome...I hope you find some pieces you can use.These are really excellent resources, they sound great! Thanks for providing them ^.^
I believe you have to set the track to loop within RPG Maker...or whatever software you're using.Got a question (probably a silly one): Is there an easy way to loop these tracks? When I use them in RPG Maker, it plays once then goes silent. I know some might only be for short scenes, but when I play a game sometimes I'll let the scene start, then get a drink/use the restroom/etc. It would be handy to have them looped to avoid the issue of someone goes to get a drink (as the scene is waiting on input), and coming back to silence.