Frequently asked questions
What equipment do you use?
I use both a mac and pc's for my work. The daws that I use are, Reaper, Cubase, Logic, Studio One, Reason and Tracktion Waveform. I use Izotope Rx, for cleaning sounds.
I have a big library of sounds, subscriptions to sfx libraries and I also record my own foley sounds in my studio or outside by using a portable Tascam recorder.
I own a lot of guitars, bass guitars, electronic drums and midi keyboards. Also a lot of virtual instruments and fx. Maybe more than I need :)
Is your music royalty free? Can I use it on Youtube?
All my music packs are royalty free. You can use them on Youtube and not have any problems. They are clean.
How can I hire you?
There are many ways to hire me. You can use freelance website like Upwork and Fiverr. Also you can use this website and send me an email with your request. Even if you decide to hire me outside of a freelance platform, I will still use escrow, to get paid. That guarantees a safe transaction for both parties.
Previous composer did some music that I want you to copy or I want a track to sound exactly like ...
Not interested in copying music or sfx.
Do you offer a free demo for all your services?
Yes, if the samples I sent you, from previous works I did, are not similar to your project, I usually do a free demo. Maybe 1-2 minutes in length. It really depends on the nature of the project. You cannot use the free demo, if you don't end up hiring me though.
Do you charge discussions with clients?
I usually do not. Of course if a client feels the need to send me messages all day (which happens occasionally), I have to charge, cause I will lose a lot of time.
How many revisions do I get?
I believe 3 revisions is a good number to offer.
Do you sell courses? Do you teach music production? What if I want some advice?
I don't sell any courses. I also cannot teach you to write music. I don't believe that this is possible. I know that a lot of people do it, but in my opinion, it cannot be done correctly. I did some online sessions with 3 of my clients, showing them some basic mixing skills. So yes, if you want to get the basics as a composer, or to learn how to mix your own stuff, I can help you.
Advice is usually free. If I know the subject and have time, I am happy to help for sure.
Where can I buy your music?
This website is a good place, if you want to support me a little bit more. My music is on all serious game creation marketplaces. Also I use Pond5 to sell my game tracks and stock music that I make.
Can I sell your music as my game/film soundtrack?
No, the license just covers using the music in your game/film and social media. If you want to include my tracks in a soundtrack you are planning to sell, you have to contact me and buy a license for that.