Landing Your First Indie Video Game Soundtrack

Here are some tools at your disposal to get you closer to landing your first indie gaming soundtrack!

February 26, 2018

As a $32 billion dollar industry with serious growth projected, the PC gaming market has become a premium area for artists to pull in serious money, provided if they’re willing to put in the work necessary to land a contract for a game soundtrack.

Glen Parry, a musician with over 15 years of experience in the field, has done everything the hard way so we don’t have to.  Below his tips, hacks, and tools to land your first indie video game soundtrack:

1. Build Your Portfolio

2. Get Involved in the Community

3. Play a Lot of Games!

4. Create a Persuasive Pitch

There are many more things you can do to propel yourself further as a composer in the game industry, but for a beginner looking to tap into it for the first time, these are some of the essentials.

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