Royalty Free Acoustic Music
Convey a happy nostalgic feeling with these soft and touching acoustic tracks. From feel good Americana rock to relaxed folk, acoustic tracks provide a great accompaniment for corporate, travel and positive advertisements.
BPM 104: A cool and relaxed medium tempo groove track with focus on acoustic guitars, Mandolin, Piano, Percussion and an acoustic bass. Perfect for commercials or underscore.
BPM 105: A light indie acoustic track with a comforting feel, bright guitars, acoustic percussions and lots of atmospheric elements. Great for corporative projects, nature documentary, film trailer, wedding or picture montage. A truly smooth and uplifting piece of music.
BPM 104: An uplifting, acoustic indie rock piece with layered, ringing guitars and a drive to succeed. Great for a corporate project needing a winning edge. Guitars, and perc nicely
BPM 96: A feel-good and uplifting track with a touch of a smile. Fender Rhodes, acoustic guitars and mandolin groove along with a comforting melody. Light-hearted, sparkling and emotional.
BPM 160: A happy and feel good folk-acoustic track with ukulele and mandolin. Toe-tapping, light-hearted and joyful. Perfect for feel good or smiley TV ads. Can be used for kids, pets, babies, nature or comedic content.
BPM 93: The title says it all, here's a soft tune intended to suit any nature related project with class. Emotional, moving and uplifting. Also great for wedding, corporate or montage. Filled with guitars and mandolins.
BPM 112: An acoustic guitar driven track with a great uplifting build up and outro. Positive, confident and inspirational. The track also has a feeling of grandeur. Great for nature, sports and also corporative related material.
BPM 85: An emotional, acoustic piece. Builds from a simple piano line to a full folk ensemble. It channels the drive to reach that next step and accomplish something great. Perfect song for children or self-achievement projects.
BPM 120: A feel good and happy rhythmic track with acoustic instruments such as mandolin, guitars, piano and strings. Light-hearted and warm.
BPM 135: A happy and feel good folk track. Acoustic guitars, brushes, bass and glockenspiel are all featured. Fun, heartwarming with a real sense of being in the moment.
BPM 95: A folkish, happy and uplifting song. Brings a real sense of hope and solidarity, portrayed by the large sing-along chorus. Great for advertisement campaigns needing an inclusive, sharing, together feel.
BPM 105: Powerful, feel good and uplifting. This track features acoustic guitars, mandolin, boys choir and strings. Hopeful, inspirational and warm.
BPM 100: A happy folk-acoustic track with whistling and guitars. Light-hearted and joyful. Perfect for positive or funny TV ads. Can be used for kid-oriented material.
BPM 117: An emotional and inspirational orchestral track with acoustic piano and strings. Elevating and warm with a touch of drama. Perfect for emotional TV ads or film trailers.
BPM 154: A chilled acoustic track with a bit of an ambient feel. Two acoustic guitars, piano, bass and vocal harmonies create a warm, wholesome sound. Great for communicating a sense of coming home, reflection, and understanding.
BPM 100: A feel good, touching folk song. Acoustic guitars, piano and glockenspiel combine for an uplifting piece. Great for family or children related projects.
BPM 109: A folk inspired piece featuring acoustic guitars, brush drums and piano. Feelings of love, longing and a need for someone to always be there for you are conveyed by this track. Similar in style to the new wave of commercial folk music.
BPM 100: Here's an indie/nu folk track with a really cool feel. A hooky acoustic guitar riff starts this tune with a gentle yet cheerful vibe. Guitars, mandolin, kick drum and light percussions are the only elements needed to build that uplifting, airy track. Good for advertisement, corporative projects or picture montage.
BPM 124: A feel good nu-folk track featuring banjo, ukulele, glockenspiel and just about everything else quirky and acoustic. A definite feeling of progression occurs throughout. The ending features an uplifting section with lots of percussion (including leg slaps!).