I just had an idea. I was thinking if anyone that develops homebrew games would like original music made for their games. The developer could describe what kind of music he or she wants for his or her game, and I would try my best to see if I can come up with something interesting. I wouldn't know what format the music would have to be (I presume .wav files or .mp3), but it would be a neat project. Also, it would help a lot if I am provided with some visual material of the game, or the game itself, it really helps in the writing process.
If anyone is interested, they can reply here or send me a PM with the details of what you have in mind.
I just want to make sure that people understand this. I'm not a GREAT programmer so I wouldn't know how to actually play or implement the music in the game. I just provide the raw .wav file of the music content and the programmer/developer chooses how to use it. We can exchange the music files back and forth, until you’re satisfied with one of the choices. If a piece of music is chosen, I’d appreciate some kind of credit letting people know what I did, like a message saying ‘Music by Gusjdt’ in the main menu or something.
Keep in mind that this is a side project that can be very simple or very complicated according to the developer’s preference. I don’t know if I will get into very complicated stuff yet. I would just like to try it out to see how it works. If it turns out fun and the end product is satisfactory, I may keep on doing more little projects and maybe move into more complicated stuff. Also, just in case I get a flood or requests or something, I might make a waiting list of some sort to prevent work overflow.
Let me know if anyone is interested!
I’m not responsible for any possible bricks or errors or anything related to psp problems using my .wav/mp3 files. I highly doubt anything like this will happen if the programmer knows what he or she is doing, but I have to say this just in case anything happens. The purpose of this is to collaborate with the PSP homebrew developer community and have fun doing it. Plus it goes on my portfolio as experience. ;) The last thing I want is making this an unpleasant project.