Current availability: Closed! (for now), full soundtrack slots (2 WIP, open for reservations)
Pricing for soundtracks has changed and is not yet specified on this page (higher prices due to demand)! Please contact me if interested.
Help me making music turn into my full-time job by commissioning/hiring me!
Check out my demo reel of six short tracks in different styles:
For original pieces of music:
An original composition in chiptune form, either NES/Famicom (max 2 expansion chips) or FM Synth (using VOPM, not actual YM chip emulation), length up to 1:30 mark: 25$ (50$ commercial)
For covers/arranges pieces of music:
A cover/arrange in chiptune form, same as original. Length of original track under 1:30 (contextual, explained later in additional pricing): 20$ (40$ commercial)
(applies both to original and arrange)
For each added 30 seconds to the length of a track: 5$ (10$ commercial)
Sound design/form other than chiptune (for example more modern/electronic): 5$ (10$ commercial)
Special rights to a track commissioned - a highly contextual matter, prices will be discussed upon specification. Example: a video game soundtrack and the rights that come with it = commercial pricing.
(about a covered/arranged track's length: original songs with a motif often repeated or other instances could fit within base pricing, surpassing the 1:30 mark without additional costs.)
- I accept PayPal payments only. - I accept payments both straight away or paid in half before and after I'm done with a commission. Commissions paid for fully prior are prioritized. - Prices are negotiable upon many other factors, only the most common ones being listed here on this commission sheet. - For original pieces of music: a great way to communicate what kind of track I should make is through references.
Hey, I am Adam, but you might better know me as +TEK.
I am a composer and an arranger. I am also interested in nerdy stuff,
such as programming and web development (my most notable work would be this site right here).
My life has been full of music since the very beginning.
I've finished a 4-year long music school in my childhood in order to learn how to play percussion, resulting in me not touching drums ever since.
Instead, I learned to love the sounds of other, melodical instruments. That's where the "composer" and "arranger" part of me started.
I love to listen to any kind of music that had talent put into it. I dislike pop music.
My favorite genre of music is VGM, known as Video Game Music. I especially love the FM sounds of the old shoot'em up games on Genesis or x68k.
I'm influenced by japanese video game music composers. I take the most inspiration from composers such as Yousuke Yasui, Shinji Hosoe or Ayako Saso.
Arranging and composing, as well as programming are all hobbies of mine but I strive to make them something more than that.