Looking for a sound developer [Paid work] [FOUND AN ARTIST]

rahulmartin

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We are looking for sound developer who could make BG musics and sfx for our upcoming many games , We need custom made dedicated sounds and will not entertain modified or public domain works .

Contact me for more information on work and pay.

rahulmartin@live.com
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« Last Edit: February 26, 2013, 04:42:16 am by rahulmartin »

MetalRenard

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So my prices scared you? :P
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rahulmartin

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Hey Metal , just saw your message you could have sent an email so that i could notice it earlier.

yeah we cant pay on per min basis also we dont want to search for another person for sfx, so ... yes we cant afford you :) .... and we need some professional person teasing wont help you in getting work.

« Last Edit: February 20, 2013, 08:41:17 am by rahulmartin »

MetalRenard

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I am a professional, that doesn't mean I don't know how to have fun. We're in the business of making games which is entertainment, and the quality of my work speaks for itself. :)

Good luck finding someone then! (I mean it, not being sarcastic)
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sparkyidr

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Hi there.

I've done the music/sound design on a lot of independent and mobile games over the past few years.

You can hear some examples at my soundcloud : https://soundcloud.com/markcoupe

Drop me a PM, or email me : sparky (at) indiscriminate.co.uk

Sparky.


MetalRenard

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It's common courtesy to not offer to do something for free when money is on the table. It's people like you that are ruining it for others who rely on such jobs to make a living.
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Innes

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It's common courtesy to not offer to do something for free when money is on the table. It's people like you that are ruining it for others who rely on such jobs to make a living.

To be fair, this is market-forces at play. Someone offering work for free is entitled to do so, in order to raise their profile and build up a 'live' portfolio - or just because they can.

Free work often leads to paid work, or can open other doors. Other times, it offers experiences that may not be gained from free work.

Even if the result of the free work is lower-quality (I'm not saying it will be lower-quality), as long as both parties are happy with the arrangement, it can be considered to be a success.
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MetalRenard

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Yes, I know what you're saying. My point was about courtesy, not what's "fair".
There are hundreds if not thousands of people looking for people to work for nothing. When a paid job comes up you should rise to the challenge and recognise your work deserves pay or not do the job.

Offering to always work for free depreciates the work in your sector because people who need said work done begin to think they don't need to pay an honest wage or fee to get what they need. And hey, why should they when someone jumps in and says "I can do it for nothing!"? I don't blame film makers or game developers, I blame artists and composers for not having enough self respect or a backbone to realise that a good job takes a big investment of your own time and money, that you should meet developers and directors as an equal and that every commercial job deserves recognition through financial gain.
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