Downtempo, urban Lounge music with jazzy coolness.
This collection features 11 tracks (total of 106 files including Edits, Cuts, Versions, Stingers and Loops) of smokey, lazy, funky Chill-out / Lounge tracks. The music combines small elements of Hip-Hop with Jazz/Acid Jazz, Easy Listening, R&B and other influences to create a relaxed but still groovy background.
Rhodes electric piano, urban style drum grooves, acoustic or electric basses, with occasional trumpet, sax or flute licks.
This music goes really well with holidays, relaxation, chilling in a bar, living the good life on a beach, or by the pool. Or even for hanging out in the city, taking it easy. Use for commercials, presentations, real-estate, in-public play, hotels and resorts, and much more.
Each track is represented in many different cuts and edits: Full track, Underscore track (meaning a version without the lead instruments, just the back bone of the track), 60-secs and 30-secs edits, stingers and seamless loops from each track, giving you plenty of editing options.
The collection contains 68 audio tracks (from 11 different compositions) and an additional 38 seamless music loops. Total 106 files.
The price of the music collection includes a license to use the music commercially and in public, as per our License.
Formats: The download is a 308 MB .zip file containing the audio tracks in true CD-quality MP3 files (320-kbps, 44.1 khz) and the music loops in uncompressed WAV files. The physical disc is a DVDROM for PC or Mac, containing all tracks and loops as uncompressed WAV files at both High Definition (24-bit, 44.1-khz) and standard CD Definition (16-bit, 44.1-khz). Total ~3.1 GB.
Please note that the DVDROM is a disc for use in PC or Mac computers, with computer files on it. It is not an Audio-CD, and does not work in a stereo/hi-fi system, your car CD player etc. However, you can copy the WAV files to your hard drive, and then use those WAV files to burn an Audio-CD in your own CD/DVD-burner.
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