Acoustic Royalty Free Music for Videos
Duration: 2:39 | Moods: Acoustic, Optimistic, Inspirational, Uplifting, Energetic
Description: The dramatic cinematic ukulele and acoustic guitar intro is optimistic, positive, and inspiring. The bright piano is driving, lively, and joyful. The ambient pop male vocals and female vocals have a hopeful inspirational feeling of adventure. The epic drums are upbeat, big and powerful. The energetic bass guitar is uplifting. The orchestral strings (violin, viola, cello) give a vibe. The stomp and clap percussion is confident, determined, and fun. This piece will inspire a sense of creativity and discovery. A groovy passionate searching vibe. Perfect for a Podcast Intro, Movie Trailer, Documentary, Awards Ceremony, Video Game, Corporate/Business promo, Digital/Technology commercial, YouTube Travel Vlog.
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If you use this music, please add the credits in your video. Music by Ricky Valadez
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Unfortunately, no. Just giving credit in your videos doesn’t protect you from copyright infringement in accordance to international law. A license is required for you to have the proper rights to use music on your videos.
Yes! To use this music in your videos or media, you must first purchase a royalty free license from the link above.
Royalty-Free is the right to use copyrighted items without a requirement to pay out royalties per volume sold or usage period. ‘Royalty-free music’ does not mean ‘free music’. A one-time license purchase is require to authorize the use of ‘Royalty Free Music’ for each project. After acquiring a license to use this song in your video/project you won’t have to pay any royalties for that in the future.
No, I do not register my work in YouTube’s Content ID System. This ensures that video creators won’t have copyright claims on their channels or their clients channels.