World Journeys Vol. 1 features 11 tracks of beautiful, inspiring world music.
These tracks carry a sort of "Global" world sound, without really being tied to any one particular country or region. The music has an uplifting, inspirational and sometimes celebratory feel, with elements of World music, global world cultural heritage; from Australia to South America, from Africa to Eastern Europe.
These tracks go great with travel and exploration programmes, Discovery Channel / National Geographic Channel type material, World Harmony, Safaris, great journeys across continents, geocultural projects and more.
The collection features 11 main compositions; each of which are available in various mixes / versions, to give you better options to find the precise mix/version that works best for your project. Most tracks are available with or without ethnic/world vocalizing (Singing / Chanting, without "lyrics"), and in various submixes.
Featured in this collection is an amazing instrument called a Hang Drum, which is in fact a Swiss invention, but it has a very profound, earthy, ethnic sound. It helps carry that sense of ancient cultures, tribal living and World Heritage.
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 207 MB .zip file containing 39 audio files (from 11 different main compositions) in true CD-quality MP3 files (320-kbps, 44.1 khz). The physical disc is a DVD-ROM for PC or Mac, containing all tracks and loops as uncompressed WAV files, in both High Definition (24-bit, 48-khz) and in normal CD-quality (16-bit, 44.1-khz) audio. Total ~3 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.
This product contains music that is PRO-registered. (What's this?)