If you’re a game developer, chances are you need to find the right music to bring life to your game. You need high quality music that is affordable, easy to buy and has unlimited use. Here are 3 tips to help you select background music and keep your project under budget.
Choose music that propels the game plot and mood you want your users to be in. Here are some genres that will help you achieve this:Epic Battle Music Themes
Battle music is intense, bombastic, dynamic, from war battles to combatant fights.Car Chase Games
Music for high-speed chases and crashes should be exciting and fast-paced.Neo-Chiptune
The lo-fi quality and quirky, nostalgic appeal of Classic 8-bit arcade sounds attract gamers and developers alike.
How a player reacts in a game directly affects the soundtrack, so the length of the music segment will vary according to a scene. Creating musical blocks with an intro, loop, transition, stinger, and tag are easy to do—just use the Longoloops feature to choose desired lengths.
After you’ve chosen the music, now you can integrate with your game. Melody Loops provides a variety of formats compatible with your gaming audio software.