Music collection: Cinematic Themes, Vol. 7
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Take a trip to amazing, cinematic worlds on this family friendly collection of "Hollywood" style movie soundtrack cues.
Our Cinematic Themes series contains music with that 'expensive' production sound, featuring full orchestra and sometimes choir, in cinematic / soundtrack music setting.
This collection features no less than 13 tracks of delicately produced orchestral works, ranging from the fragile and wistful ("Fragile", "Cloud Dreamer") to the boisterous and frolocking ("Land of Giants", "Harvest Day"), to the quirky, dark, Tim Burton inspired ("Pumpkin Army", "Fairy Nightmare") to the rousing and victorious ("We Can Do It", "Nothing Is Impossible"), and finally to the mysterious and intriguing ("Magical Whirlwind, "A Mysterious Case").
Unlike some of our other, violent and war like cinematic music, this particular collection takes a more family oriented approach, with a lot of music suitable for family movies and adventures.
The that feature a choir are also available in an alternative version without the choir. A few other alternative mixes / versions are also available for some of the tracks.
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 61 MB .zip file containing the 19 audio tracks (from 13 separate main themes) in true CD-quality MP3 files (320-kbps, 44.1 khz). The physical disc is a DVD-DROM for PC or Mac, containing all tracks and loops as uncompressed WAV files, at 24-bit/48-khz (High Definition) and also as 16-bit, 44.1-khz (CD quality). Total ~1 GB.
Please note that the DVD-ROM 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?)