Audio production provider Resnick Interactive has announced Gamecues.com, a new website that allows users to acquire original music, scoring clearances and HD sound effects, with tools aimed specifically with game makers in mind.
The company says the new site provides independent artists, labels, and copyright holders an opportunity to license musical works directly to developers worldwide.
Developers can create licenses, build projects that organize and assign cues to acts, levels and environments, input production notes, and choose from a multitude of file types, bit rates, and sample rates including HD 5.1 sound effects.
Said Resnick CEO Todd Resnick, “We’re thrilled with the response we’ve had so far from musical copyright holders and top gaming publishers. We’ve got an innovative approach to music acquisition and licensing in video games, it’s simple, straightforward and it’s in line with the needs of the industry.”