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I've provided music for several computer games and programs over the years. If you need game music for your project, feel free to contact me. For noncommercial projects I don't charge anything (as in free game music), but you will have to contact me prior to release to have my approval to use the tune(s). If you don't then you risk receiving a bill in your post box for unauthorized use of my music.
If you run a commercial project (anything that will sell for money) then please contact me and we will come to an agreement. The price varies a bit depending on if you are a publisher or a private game developer and what the market is for the game. You may also hire me to compose a tune or edit one of the tunes I have on this website, in which case I charge by the hour. Also please note that the music may easily be converted to WAV or MP3.
Please visit this website for a complete list of all my released tunes; currently 361 songs: http://modarchive.org/modules.php?68765
You can most easily contact me via email: email@example.com. Please enter "game music" or something similar in the topic so that I won't mistake it for spam.
I'm a tracker since 1992, former Mod Archive administrator and staunch ally of the tracking community. I'm not as active as in the old days as I prefer to compose a few quality tunes over hordes of common ones. One of these "new age" tunes is "So Sayeth Chaos" which you can download from this page. I also still actively compose chip-music and game music - you have examples of that too on this page.
In the past i've composed every style of music you can come up with. I have composed demostyle, chip, chinese, dance- trance- disco whathaveyou, oriental, medieval, ambient, pop, synthpop and much more - i've made sad songs, i've made happy, i've made funny and i've mixed them all together - i have composed tunes that are under 1000 bytes and i've made songs that are over 10 minutes long - i've participated in 150 one hour compos (though always buttkicked by xerxes or aymes ) and written over 180 song reviews - and last but not least, i've composed music for several games and computer programs.
For the hell of it, i'm going to try to list all genres of music i've composed over the years, just to give you an idea of the magnitude of my music. In no particular order: pop, ballad, oldschool, game, demostyle, ambient, remix, instrumental, orchestral, chip, sid, piano, hardcore, gabber, war/tragic, dance, 70's disco, rave, trance, one hour compo, army, silly, fantasy, hawaii, guitar, role playing game, religious, metal, indian, chinese, synthpop, dream, jazz, drums, drum 'n base, rock, egyptian, medieval, sick, humourous, crazy, synth, environmental, hispano, easy listening, experimental, celtic, christmas, chilled, reggae, middle-east, hypnotic, loadertune, nightmare/kafka, folk & acid.
Maybe you will find a lot of strange styles in this list. But you will know they are valid once you hear the songs, trust me! If you think "crazy" or "sick" are not styles, then consider a tune with the name "The wild parking lot". Ghidorah will be my testimony to this.
Nowadays i call myself a cat researcher, where i study wild cats and do practically everything else concerning their conservation. This includes freelancing as an author and nature photographer, and much more. I've decided to devote my life to help animals that can't save themselves from humans.
Greetings to everyone who knew me on IRC!
(C)Studio Cheetah 1997-2011; (C)Jonatan Borling 1992-2011