Cinematic Royalty Free Music for Videos
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License Title:Sakura – japanese emotional background instrumental
Description: The mystical pizzicato violin intro is magical, light, and contemplative. The ambient cinematic piano is dreamy, and romantic. The mellow solo cello is hopeful, serene, and reflective. The peaceful female vocals are beautiful, inspirational, and ethereal. The bass guitar is relaxed. The solo orchestral symphonic strings are haunting, hypnotic, and meditative. The classical melody is passionate, poignant, and dramatic. It grows into an epic, uplifting, elegant feel. It’s melancholy, mournful, and sad, yet optimistic, inspiring, and positive. A sense of nature, meditation and discovery to inspire. Perfect for a Podcast Intro, Movie Trailer, Documentary, 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.