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►‘Cinematic Indie’ is a beautiful and uplifting track that features electric and acoustic guitars, powerful drums, piano accents and subtle vocal elements. There is an indie feel to this song, making it unique in its genre. The warm guitars begin as other instruments are added. Drums build as the song progresses, finishing in an epic climax of violins, guitars, and drums. This song is perfect for inspirational promotional videos, commercials, advertisements, movie trailers, and much more!
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– Doesn’t royalty-free music mean I can use it for free?
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