YogX

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  1. Very interesting for those of us who writes orchestral music
  2. Music I wrote for a trailer of a flash game called Ink World https://soundcloud.com/yogev-sitton/ink-world
  3. My orchestral cover to the title and ending theme of Wizards & Warriors Original composer: David Wise https://soundcloud.com/yogev-sitton/wizards-warriors-title-and
  4. I'm a new to this, and as a noob composer - my SoundCloud page is pretty... weak on material. I decided to post only stuff that's actually been used (games, music challenges, covers, etc...). More than once I was working with a developer that decided to drop the project he was working on. Now I'm "stuck" with a piece of music which I like but hasn't been used anywhere. I'm trying to decide if it would be wise to post it on my SoundCloud. I would probably want to use the music with another game some time in the future - but won't developers want me to write something completely new for them instead of using something from my SoundCloud? What are your thoughts on this subject? What do you do with unused tracks?
  5. First of all I would like to say - Bastion's soundtrack by Darren Korb is my favourite video games soundtrack ever. Now that we got this out of the way - while browsing Apple's loops I was pretty surprised to find out that some of these loops were used as main parts in some of the tracks in the soundtrack. As an example: - this is "The Mancer's Dilemma".The harp that plays at the beginning and continues during the rest of the song is exactly "Orchestra Harp Pattern 20". Also - there's another part in the middle that sounds like the beginning of "Orchestra Harp Pattern 27" only faster. What is your opinion about this? Is this ok to take an Apple Loop - available to everybody - and use it as the main piece in a commercial release? I'm not meaning in a legal way - It's legit.