For those of you who are new to my site, many of my tracks are also available in Ogg format.
Why use Ogg tracks?
1. They tend to loop better in games.
2. They sound fantastic…almost as good as the original WAV recordings (but are much smaller in size…perfect for games and apps.)
3. They’re a cool way to support my efforts.
The MP3 versions, as always, are 100% free to use.
I’m working on an Ogg music pack for my Funny/Quirky/Weird music. It shouldn’t be too much longer before it’s done.
I’ve had a good number of people from the community tell me that they enjoy listening to my music while doing other things, like coding their games, so I’m considering creating some albums from my music. If anyone has requests or suggestions, feel free to message/email me.
All 191 music tracks on my Funny pages are now available as higher-quality Ogg downloads. You can download them individually or all-at-once as a music pack. There are lots of chiptunes-style tracks in that collection that would work in 2D games as well as all kinds of quirky, odd and strange pieces that can be used in all kinds of things.
I'm working on Themed Music Packs in higher-quality Ogg format which I hope will be helpful. This week’s pack is "Fantasy Settings," which contains Earthy-sounding music tracks for locations like villages, bogs, forests, castles and other settings. The tracks are contained in a Zip folder so they can be downloaded all at once. You’ll find it on this page on my site: