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The Poignant Piano Pack - Audio Premium

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This week in Audio Premium we have The Poignant Piano Pack from AudioJungle.net site manager and author Scott Wills, a collection of ten original compositions that can be used for film, video or Web. Ideal for end credits of a film, a reflective ambience in a slideshow, or just thoughtful and delicate background music for your project, these mostly loopable pieces will help add a delicate and retrospective moment to your next piece of work.

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Samples are in WAV format. Here’s an demo of the type of music you can make with this pack:

Sample Pack Inventory

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  • poignant05.wav
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