MUSIC FOR GAMES

Music for Games

Video game music is rapidly growing in popularity. Gone are the days when video game music was just a by-product of a simple 2D game with simple tones and basic synthetic sounds.

Today, video game music provides the atmosphere to complement the fantastic video graphics and wonderful game art.

It is fundamental to the game story and offers immersion and all-round gaming experience.

The modern video game soundtrack is flexible in nature, and with good programming will rise and fall in sync with the gameplay.

This is an exciting new genre for composers like myself as it is more challenging than scoring a film.

The video game story will change and the video game music soundtrack needs to change to accommodate all scenarios.

The music needs to adapt to the player’s actions and whatever situation they find themselves in.

So, how do you find and license the best background music for games?

Check out my music library where all music is free for download and can be used by video game developers as a background music score. 

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How to license music for games

If you are a game developer, the amount of time, thought and creativity that you put into your video game development is precious.

To take your video game to the next level, you are going to need a good soundtrack.

In addition, it needs to be affordable.

Finally, and most importantly, it needs to be safe to use.

You need to ensure you have the rights to use the music and in the long term also.

Having to reprogramme your game because the soundtrack has licensing issues is a major problem.

In a nutshell, use a trusted music supplier that can provide you with a contract in writing like www.louisebyrnemusic.com.

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Using Louise Byrne Music for your video game music

At Louise Byrne Music, all music is offered for free to video game developers.
 
The video game music is supplied with a full commercial licence.
 
Why is video game music provided for free at Lousie Byrne Music?
 
Because I am a massive video game fan. 
 
The video game industry is growing daily in size and is one of the only industries that combines, music, art, technical programming/engineering and everything else!
 
The only type of video game that is not supported by Louise Byrne is music-based video games. For example, games that allow a user to make new music.
 
My music licence does not allow my music to be repackaged or resold or used for the production of new music, therefore such games are not covered.
 
If in doubt, just ask me.
 
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Looking for some inspiration for your video game music?

Do you develop fantasy video games?

Personally I am a big fan of Skyrim and The Witcher in particular. 

Check out these music for video game soundtracks that takes inspiration from these awesome games.

CELTIC – VIDEO GAME MUSIC

FREE MUSIC FOR VIDEO GAMES

FANTASY – VIDEO GAME MUSIC

FREE MUSIC FOR VIDEO GAMES

Or perhaps you are more of a Sci-Fi or end of days fan?

Check out these industrial sci-fi and paranormal soundtracks inspired by the awesomeness of the video game Fallout 

Video game music and songs for games currently in production

I am a super lover of video game music and have some really exciting music currently in production, specifically for this niche genre including a retro game music collection inspired by the 90’s classics such as Super Mario and Tetris. 

All this music for video games will be available for free.

If you like it and it helps you out don’t forget to buy me a coffee. It keeps the brain working and the music flowing 🙂

Happy game development!

Louise Byrne Music Producer Profile

Louise Byrne is a UK based Composer and Music Producer who writes & produces music for filmmakers, video games & content creators.

Her music has been used globally by major broadcasting houses & brands such as MTV, Discovery Channel, Discovery Science Channel, The History Channel, Fox Sports, VISA, BBC, NBC Sports & many more.

      

Disclaimer: This blog is intended as a guide only for educational and informational purposes. It is not legal advice. The content contained in this article is not legal advice or a legal opinion on any specific matter or matters.

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