Beautiful tracks, thanks for sharing. I'll provide due credit once my project finds its way to life.
FREE Music Pack 2: Piano
A downloadable music pack
This music pack contains six songs you can use free and royalty-free in both non-commercial and commercial projects, released under a Creative Commons International 4.0 Attribution License:
- Dreams Left Behind
- Inner Calm
- She's All I Need
- The Well-Traveled Path
See the included README file for more information.
Read the important license information below before using the music.
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These songs are free to use in free and commercial projects. Any donation toward the download supports my future music work, and I greatly appreciate it. You can also become a member on Ko-fi for a free extra track in each release.
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IMPORTANT LICENSE INFORMATION
You must include the following credit in any work using this music.
Contains music ©2020 Joshua McLean (https://joshua-mclean.itch.io) Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
(Per the license, you're allowed to tuck this away in a README or fine print somewhere, but I will be eternally grateful if you make the credit clear and accessible so people know where the music came from. Thanks!)
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If you’re offering Wave files because of the quality, have you considered offering FLAC instead?
- On average, you’ll get at least 50% compression out of it
- It’s the most popular compressed lossless format
- The encoder bakes an MD5 hash of the original PCM audio into the FLAC file that allows a decoder (eg.
flac -t) to verify that the encoded data produces output bit-for-bit identical with the original audio.
flacencoder has a
--verifyoption which will double-check the correctness of the MD5 hash as the output file is being generated by decompressing the freshly compressed data in parallel.
Hi, you have good points about FLAC benefits over wav but very few game engines support it and the wav is mostly there for library/listening purposes. Really, everyone should be using the ogg versions because the quality is almost indistinguishable.
Wouldn’t those be points in favour of using FLAC?
- If the Wave is mostly there for library/listening purposes, FLAC is better suited to archival (size and checksumming) and media players are much more likely to support it than game engines.
- If Ogg is recommended for game engines, wouldn’t offering FLAC instead of Wave provide a subtle incentive to use Ogg instead of trying to bundle Wave files into your game?
Beautiful sound, Can I use my commercial project ?
Thank you! Yes, please be sure to read all of the details on this page. You are required to credit the music if you use it
every single soundtrack here is super beautiful , many thanks stranger <3