Ann: More Royalty Free Music On IndieSFX And Prices Down To $5 Per Track

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  1. Mark Sheeky

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    Hi folks,

    I've just released ten new royalty free music tracks on www.indiesfx.co.uk. The library is now 65 tracks big and set to expand, I'd like to make IndieSFX the first place you think of when you want music. All tracks are $5.

    Here's a lowdown of the new tracks...

    Wanderings Of Isaac is a bouncy upbeat rock tune with a rolling beat that evokes travel, sand dunes, youthful adventure.

    Waiting For Carla is a short looping tune with a bouncy rhythm like spies following each other, cartoon characters, ye olde Europe.

    Remembering Manchester 1984 is a wide warm track with a new-romantic feel.

    Birds Over Gibraltar is a relaxing summery miasma of strings and english horn.

    Crazy Mazes a darting whirl of an electronic tune with unusual angular chord changes to give the tune a crazy psychedelic edge.

    Darts Of Gold is a fast, angular music track with a crazy quirky edge.

    Constructing Asteroid 7 is a mesmerising, background tune with an industrial drumloop that evokes steady progress, building, study.

    Detective Nights is a cool track with a distorted lead and bouncing bass the track evokes detective work, spies, dark streets, secret missions.

    Retirement To Colwyn Bay is a fun and sunny little tune in strings and harpsichord and Raid Over Venus is a simple, fast paced, upbeat electronic tune with a strong lead.

    30 second examples of all tracks are available on www.indiesfx.co.uk, and like IndieSFX sound effects, music is supplied as full quality, 16-bit wav files in a single zip file.

    Here is a link to the main music page:
    http://www.indiesfx.co.uk/music.php

    Mark
     

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