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That said, I’ve created some new free music for you on my Dark/Ominous page:
"SOMETHING FREAKY THIS WAY COMES "_LoFi
As always, these tracks are 100% free to use with attribution, just like my thousands of other tracks.
This week’s new free-to-use-with-attribution music tracks are all on my Sci-Fi 12 page. They are:
“STRANDED IN THE OUTER RIM”_LoFi
“CIRCUIT PUNK GAME MENU”_LoFi
OGG vs. MP3 TRACKS
For those of you who need looping tracks, I would highly recommend using the Ogg versions of my tracks. Besides sounding richer, Ogg tracks loop better in game engines. The reason for this is that the MP3 encoding process sometimes discards a tiny amount of audio information at the looping point. This causes a noticeable audio gap when the track loops. Mp3 encoding doesn’t do this every single time, but it does it enough to be annoying. Ogg encoding doesn’t discard any audio information so tracks always loop seamlessly.
In terms of audio quality, the MP3 versions of my tracks do sound very good…that’s because the synthesizers I use are all top-of-the-line and produce very high quality sound. Still, the Ogg versions sound even better…almost as good as the original WAV recordings right out of my synths…but are much smaller in file size. WAV files are enormous.
My recommendation is to use my MP3 tracks as placeholders and then replace them with my Ogg tracks once you’ve decided which music you want to use.
My premium Ogg music packs are here:
You can also search for individual Ogg tracks on my Gumroad page. When doing so, make sure to include _ogg after each title because that’s how the tracks are named.