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“Treasures – Family Life & Love, Vol. 1” – New production music album2 min read

Treasures – Family Life & Love, Vol. 1 is a new 11.track album of light, warm, heartening and uplifting royalty-free music for use in videos, TV productions, commercials, advertising, podcasts, audio books, YouTube videos, social media productions and more.

This music has a sense of warmth and familiarity. It’s friendly and sincere, intimate and touching, heartwarming and comforting, in a positive way. These tracks are handpicked for their suitability for use in videos, TV, and other media productions with a focus on family values, homemaking, love, community and togetherness.

Treasures - Family Life & Love Vol 1

All tracks can be licensed for use in your own media productions such as videos, film, advertising, online / social media, podcasts, audiobooks, games and apps. etc. To purchase a license to use any of these music tracks in your own project, visit the web page for this album.

Every track comes in various different versions, edits, cuts, loops, stingers etc – to give you great options when editing the music to your project. All except one of the tracks also come with “Stem files”, giving you the option to include or exclude any individual sounds/instruments from the mix, or to change the relative volume between the different sounds in the music, to fit your project perfectly.

All in all this album contains 153 music files (From 11 different main compositions).

License and download these tracks, and discover the freedom to incorporate them seamlessly into your videos, TV productions, games, apps, audiobooks, podcasts, and presentations.

This downloadable product is a 2.35 GB .zip file containing all the tracks in full CD-quality uncompressed WAV files (16-bit, 44.1 khz). High Definition (24-bit) audio files are available on request, at no additional cost.




Bjorn Lynne

Bjørn Lynne is a Norwegian sound engineer and music composer, now living and working in Stavern, Norway. He was also known as a tracker music composer under the name "Dr. Awesome" in the demoscene in the 1980s and 1990s when he released tunes in MOD format and made music for Amiga games.