Royalty Free Ambient Music | audiojungle

Royalty Free Ambient Music | audiojungle.net

stock music, ambient, background

Looking for a basic background track for your next advertising project or product description video?  Check out these royalty free ambient music tracks by DanHoodMusic available on audiojungle.net.   These tracks are easily looped, and create an environment for your story to live in, not just cheesy music to fill space and cover bad audio edits!  Recorded and composed professionally in my studio, these tracks are sure to be “just right.”  Purchase of a license gets you a 16b44k WAV file and an mp3 of the track without the “audio jungle” watermark voice.

 

Underwater Majesty <— click the name for licensing.  Hopeful and vast, like the open ocean

 

Ambient Construction <— click the name for licensing.  Positive and interesting.  long form 4 minutes.

 

Shifting Sands <— click the name for licensing.  spacey and ethereal

Royalty Free Swing Jazz Tracks

Royalty Free Swing jazz

royalty free jazz, royalty free swing music

Looking for some royalty free swing jazz tracks?  Listen to these 2 tracks here!  Coffee Shop Jazz and Seasons Change are unique, uplifting tracks with a swing feel.  Accessible and immediate, with a fresh chill vibe, these tracks will fit in a wide variety of projects!  Very easy to listen to, with clean electric guitars, and light percussion.

 

Buy it here:  Coffee Shop Jazz 

 

Buy it here:  Seasons Change 

 

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Swing jazz music is so pure to me.  I love the idea of just simple instruments playing together and sharing a musical conversation.  Unfortunately, jazz music isn’t readily understood by the masses, so it is too often overlooked.  I have some friends that create and perform some really amazing jazz music, including Jordan Klemons, a friend and inspiring player to listen too…  This music will expand your mind, and give your brain cells a workout, or it can simply make you relax and enjoy the beauty that surrounds you.  It is hard to believe that swing music was the “punk rock” of its day, when big bands played long hours in swanky night clubs to hundreds of young people who just wanted to dance, drink and smoke!