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nebulae-master by John Bartmann
Producer: John Bartmann
Engineer: John Bartmann
Creative Commons CC0 (public domain) license. 100 Ambient Atmospheric Audio Drama Soundtracks: Straylight Drones Collection by John Bartmann is a collection of 100 textured and tonal instrumental soundtracks for use in audio drama, audio fiction, radio plays and podcasting. All soundtracks are suitable as atmospheric backing moods for dialogue or action in the following genres: sci-fi, horror, thriller, post-apocalyptic, drama, fantasy and mystery. Intended usage All soundtracks have been carefully rendered to allow space for dialogue, and may be layered with each other to create even richer soundscapes. Soundtracks may be faded in and out depending on their usage length.
Soundtracks may be looped, layered, edited and resampled for extra creative options. License information All soundtracks in this collection are licensed under a This means they are openly available without written permission from the author and may be exploited both commercially and non-commercially without limitation in all territories across all media in perpetuity. Buy once, free forever. About the instrumentation All soundtracks in this collection were made using the Native Instruments Straylight library, a tool for crafting unique cinematic soundscapes, transitions, and ambient tones. Built for sound designers and film, TV, and game composers, Straylight is ideal for everything from post-apocalyptic sci-fi to gritty thrillers. It combines specialized grain and sample playback modules with carefully captured sound sources, effects, and a powerful performance-based X-Y modulation matrix, allowing inspirational dynamic performance and sound design, direct to picture. https://www.native-instruments.com/en/products/komplete/synths/straylight/ Technical specifications Each soundtrack in the collection is minimum 4 minutes in length (04:00) and recorded and rendered in WAV 48kHz 24bit format. Note from the author "Hey all you brave audio drama creators and project-finishers! I'd be thrilled if you'd consider using some of this music in your productions. I'm grateful to all of you who have supported my input in the past, and continue to work generously to provide you with exactly what you need to make your sweet passion projects more gripping, professional and worthy of sharing with lovers of #AudioFiction. Big love! John"
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