Volume 2 of my royalty free atmospheric music includes 14 tracks (45 minutes in total) of rich electronic textures, piano and atmospheric ambient soundtrack beds specially composed for use in documentaries, films, videos and TV productions.
Following on from the dark atmospheric sounds of Vol.1, this collection focuses more on dark atmospheric ambient instrumental tracks and underscores. The collection makes ideal background music for science and nature documentaries, sci-fi films, time lapse videos and photography, video games, dramas, student films, thrillers or any visuals that require a dark, serious, suspenseful or melancholic and atmospheric soundtrack. Listen to full previews of all tracks in the music player above or watch the promo video below.
This filmic music complements Vol.1, but also stands alone from it with styles ranging from sparse piano pieces, atmospheric Brian Eno style underscores, floating strings, Vangelis/Blade Runner-style warm synths and gentle picked acoustic guitar.
For a one-time payment the royalty free license allows you to use the music in unlimited documentaries, films and games without the need to pay any further license fees (or ‘royalties’) each time the music is used in a new production.
Whether it’s for worldwide commercial TV broadcast, feature films, documentaries, trailers, websites, games, slideshows, YouTube etc. the royalty free license gives you unlimited lifetime rights to use the music in all your videos and productions with no further fees to pay. Click here to read full license details.
The album contains the 14 full tracks which will be automatically available to download after purchase. You can select from mp3 or wav from the dropdown option above and if you’re buying from a country outside of the UK, PayPal will automatically convert the amount from your currency to British Pounds so you can buy from anywhere in the world.
* Please note: The one thing I do not allow is for any of my royalty free music to be used to create new music tracks that you intend to distribute, whether for free or commercially. For example, sampling a section of a track (even 1 second) and using that sample in a new music track that you intend to create is strictly forbidden. This specifically includes any music you intend to submit to YouTube’s Content ID system.
Tracklisting: Jettison (2:48) | Reflections (3:12) | Zero Day (3:36) | First Signs (1:05) | From An Ember To A Sun (3:20) | Dark Water (3:27) | Blackout (4:08) | Atlantis (4:00) | Turn Around (4:29) | Message Sent (2:55) | Red Dawn (1:32) | Revealed (3:36) | Static Return (2:52) | Approaching Daylight (4:19)