Music collection: Dance Beat Vol. 15: Electro Chart Pop
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A great collection of fresh, funky and youthful Dance / Pop music.
This collection features 11 tracks, all available in multiple different versions, mixes, edits, loops and cuts; at a total of 99 music files.
The music is a crossover between Pop, Electronica, Hip-Hop and House/Techno, in a catchy, funky sound that we hear in today's dance clubs and with influences from artists such as Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, David Guetta, DJ Antoine, Rihanna and more.
Besides the obvious "party music" use, these tracks also go really well with high energy exercise, workouts, aerobics, running etc. They give you a real energy boost and the pumping rhythms help you keep up the tempo.
All tracks are presented in many different cuts, edits, versions, mixes, stingers and seamless loops, so you have great options in editing. You can use only the full tracks (for example, to make a workout / exercise CD), or you can dip into the edits, cuts and stingers etc. which give you great options for editing music to picture/film or other visual media.
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 350 MB .zip file containing the audio tracks in true CD-quality MP3 files (320-kbps, 44.1 khz) and the music loops in uncompressed 16-bit 44.1-khz 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 audio (24-bit, 48-khz) and also at normal CD-quality audio (16-bit, 44.1-khz). Total ~2.7 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.
All the music on this product is completely royalty free / Non-PRO. (What's this?)