Just to mention - some of these tracks were recently purchased by such firms as Transistor Film (Sweden), Sumago Marketing (Germany) and other private clients.
Its just the start-off for this new catalog (also since they are all exclusive to AJ, and the admission has become time consuming there) so you are welcome to check back once in a while, cause more tracks are on the way. Main portfolio page with all the tracks is accessible here:
Hey, these are really good, and your asking price is more than reasonable! I definitely recommend other low-budget filmmakers check out your music, and there's a good possibility I might want to make a purchase for my upcoming 48HFP.
My Audiojungle catalog got some new (hopefully exciting) entries recently:
Nutcracker March - I am getting serious about rendering as much Tchaikovsky ballet highlights as possible. Currently there are several Nutcracker tracks in there, but I plan to do Swan Lake and the Sleeping Beauty snippets too, cause I simply adore this music!
French waltz - Another "soft" vibe track, featuring some acoustic sounds and original melody.
Acoustic inspiration - This is a more energetic and rhythmic piece, build around juicy guitar, percussion, and bass grooves.
Mozart Nachtmusik - This is my shot at this greater than life composer, trying to render commercially usable, and affordable extract.
Maple Leaf Rag - Another classic piece rendition, this time on the borderline between 19th and 20th centuries. Simply great for many commercial and social media uses (oh, that silent cinema trick).
Hope you find those tracks useful, and if you have any questions about Audiojungle service, the licences, the music, and the ideas behind it, feel free to reply in this thread or contact me directly.
The previous clip of her, singing the Delilah aria had some nice feedback and sales, so I intend to add to this series. Frankly, the Verdi aria got already licensed too, just hours after being added to the catalog - did our world got hooked on opera again?
Still in th opera category there was a recent adittion of a short logotype based off Bizet Carmen: