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What you get with this Hourlie
I can deliver the music within four days of arranging the job with a buyer. Within those four days, I'll update the client early on with my general melodic ideas, so that the two of us are on the same page from the start, and so I can deliver something that I know the buyer will be happy with. (And of course, if along the way the buyer has suggestions for revision, or new directions they would like to take the music, I'll happily incorporate the input.)
Upon completion, I'll send the buyer both a .wav file and an .mp3 file of the music for their convenience. (If another file type's easier, just let me know and I'll make it happen.) Thanks so much for your time, friends.
What the Seller needs to start the work
Before I start, I just need to have a conversation with the buyer about what they need/envision, so I can best meet their musical expectations. (This would involve the music's length, genre, general texture and tone, and so on.) I consider a major part of my world as a composer to be creative collaboration, so an open back-and-forth with the buyer is a super important part of the way I work. (Feel free to send me a message before buying, in case you're worried whether or not we'd be a good fit.)
Additionally, if the music you're requesting is meant to be background music for, say, a short film, an ad, a promotional video, et cetera, I would also ask that you send me a file of the video/relevant material at the start. This way I can tailor the music to the project as specifically as possible.