Ultimate Music Resources For Indie Devs!

Not everybody is a great musician, so I decided to make a list of all the sites I found so far that could be used for game music. Be sure to comment if you find more! Be sure to credit if possible and donate. NOTE: Not all suit all games, I just grabbed all the music sites I could find. ANOTHER NOTE: Some of these sites have sounds as well to hold you over until when we do this type of article for sound effects.

Dano Songs: http://www.danosongs.com/

Incompetech: http://incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/ *My Favourite*

Royalty Free Kings: http://www.royaltyfreekings.com/store/free-background-music/

The Tune Peddler: http://thetunepeddler.com/

Matt McFarland:http://www.mattmcfarland.com/

AudioNautix: http://audionautix.com/

FreePD: http://freepd.com/

Newgrounds: http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/

AudioMicro: http://www.audiomicro.com/royalty-free-music

Partners In Rhyme: http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/

Freeplay Music: http://freeplaymusic.com/

The Musicase: http://www.themusicase.com/

The Music Bed: http://www.themusicbed.com/

Pedro Alonso Pablos: http://www.pedroalonsopablos.com/en/free-music/

Free Music Archive: http://freemusicarchive.org/

Machinima Sound: https://machinimasound.com/

Antonin Charvat: http://www.antonincharvat.com/en/portfolio.html

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Nathan. He prefers his last name not to be known. He’s probably a high-class superspy, but we don’t mind. He is the editor of Indiegraph. He’s our point man for interviews, and occasionally he takes a blowtorch to a game to see whether it measures up to his standards.

5 responses to “Ultimate Music Resources For Indie Devs!

  1. You could also try approaching composition and sound students like myself to do some work for you to fill their portfolio.

    We’re always looking for new projects to work on and many of us are willing to work for a small percentage on any sales made once the project is complete.

    Networking with others also has many long term benefits that you won’t get from just browsing a library.

    Not only that, but anything created can be tailed perfectly to your project.

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