Royalty Free Music from Steve Millikan on Audiojungle

I’ve just started uploading music to Audiojungle, a premier royalty-free music site that is quite popular – check out my portfolio!  I’m in the process of creating more music as we speak for my Audiojungle profile; I expect to have upwards of 30 songs available by the end of April, 2013, with more to follow. 

For those of you unfamiliar with the term “royalty-free music”, the idea is that whether you need music for some commercial use (wedding videos, radio or tv adverts, various corporate applications for music, etc) or for something more personal you want to post on YouTube or elsewhere, these songs can be purchased for 1-time use for a very low fee – & it’s much more affordable than any other royalty-free music sites I’ve visited.

You’ll be extremely excited to know I recently purchased a ukulele, and my maiden voyage on this lovely instrument, entitled “Happiness Is A Warm Ukulele” is now available. I think it will change your life if you only give it a chance…

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