Published on Jul 26, 2013
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Music Track Description:
This Upbeat Background Music track is an Organic, energetic and inspirational sounding arrangement with a hopeful, optimistic and positive feel. A simple, determined and very catchy riff is introduced on the electric guitars and then followed by the rest of the band into the main section of this track, where acoustic guitars, ukulele, bells, bass drums, percussion and delicate, subtle and atmospheric electronic textures also play an important role. After a very uplifting and exciting breakdown, music goes into a more folk and acoustic sound section which takes us into an even more laid back and mellow, yet memorable, unique and motivational ending. The driving, friendly and playful vibe of this track makes it most suitable for all kinds of corporate videos, business presentations, travel and/or nature related contents, successful and contemporary visuals, commercials, infomercials, podcasts, TV spots and web adverts.
Can I use this music track in my video or project?
To use this music track in your video, media projects, presentation or a film you should purchase a license from the link above. Once you purchase a license you can download the high-quality audio file without the watermark to use in your project or video.
What Is Royalty-Free Music and why do I have to pay for it?
"Royalty Free Music" is a term that refers to the kind of production music which doesn't involve any additional fees once the license is purchased. It is purchased once and (depending on the license or company selling it) can be either used a single or multiple times. Since it has no additional license payments it is classed as 'royalty free music'.
Traditionally, production music had to be licensed each time it was used as part of a production or broadcast. For instance, TV programmers would have to pay a 'Needle drop fee' each time the music was used as part of a broadcast i.e. every time the needle was dropped on the record! The disadvantage is that it could be expensive and time consuming.
Royalty Free Music (RF music) is simply a way to make licensing music easier, cheaper and more convenient.
Why does this track have the "Preview" voiceover and how can I remove it?
The "Preview" voiceover is basically a watermark that prevents users from downloading and using the music track without purchasing a license. Once you license the music track you will receive the un-watermarked and much higher quality version of the audio.
Used under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
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