BPM 210: Happy and upbeat country-style music with a kazoo melody, banjo and high-energy drums. Also sounds like gospel. Humorous, playful and funny. Perfect for kids, babies, pets, toys, jokes and comedic scenes.
BPM 74: Funny, silly and spooky. This track is great for Halloween or old sci-fi content. Synths and drum machines are featured and help establish the ghoulish ambiance of this piece.
BPM 134: A punchy track with some sparse voice riff. Dynamic, engaging, and rhythmic. The arrangement features accordion, violin, clarinet, guitar, voice, electric piano, bass, and drums.
BPM 91: An emotional and soothing piano atmosphere. Melodic, comforting and warm. Perfect for emotional trailers.
BPM 120: A fun and addictive song, perfect for puzzle games or anything quirky. Old-school, perfectly loopable and stimulating. This track will give any project a sense of liveliness and energy.
BPM 180: Ukulele and human whistling start off this very uplifting track. Everything kicks in after the first run through to give a happy, party atmosphere. Great for any advertising project!
BPM 114: This sincere and bright acoustic track evokes a strong sense of tenderness. Simple, pure and reflective.
BPM 140: Whodunnit? What was that? Hide and seek? Some questions need answering! For those moments when curiosity gets the better of someone, or when a puzzle needs solving. Quirky melodies interweave between the different orchestral instruments, playfully creating a feeling of curiosity.
BPM 96: A silver lining song. Even if times are hard, there's always a light at the end of the tunnel. Melancholic piano yet an uplifting, heartwarming acoustic guitar and lively drums persist. Ideal for fundraisers, campaigns and advertisements.
BPM 120: Ukelele with light percussion. Acoustic, bouncy, bright, campy, childlike, cute, feel good, fun, happy, light, melodic, nostalgic, playful, quirky.
BPM 140: A raw 8 bit sound of retro chiptune video games of the 80s era. Old school consoles, first computers and happy kids all come to mind. Could fit any flash animation, funny cartoon, projects for children.
BPM 160: Fantasy, magical, mysterious, peaceful. This beautiful, soft, orchestral arrangement can be use for fantasy purposes as an ingame music or a background ambience for a movie score. Arrangement as a bit of a celstic style with an harp, shire whistle flute, jubal flute, string ensemble pizzicato, discrete bells on the background and soft percussion.
BPM 132: A driving, powerful yet thoughtful indie rock tune with a ringing, guitar-based melodic flavor. On target for any project that needs to convey a winning edge. A dynamic arrangement adds layers to the positive vibe.
BPM 158: Positive, upbeat, feel-good genuine pop with an indie flavor. Motivating and memorable. Melodic guitars, piano, bass, drums and percussion in a timeless style.
BPM 120: Light-hearted, easy-going and inquisitive. This track features light percussion, catchy clarinet melodies, and plucky rhythms. This piece communicates a sense of exploration and mischief at the same time.
BPM 145: Adventurous, cinematic, and light. The piece features horn and violin melodies coupled with playful orchestral gestures and textures. This track would be well suited for underscoring fantasy/adventure content geared towards children.
BPM 140: A peppy & modern bluegrass track that features acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle & stand up bass with the banjo, fiddle and mandolin taking alternating leads. Fun, happy and uplifting!
BPM 140: A retro tune in a vintage 8 bit, chiptune style. This track is filled with fun, joy and style. Could fit any video game, and is well suited for projects for children, flash animation, comedic projects and more.
BPM 165: A retro tune in a vintage 8 bit, chiptune style. This track is filled with fun, joy and style. Could fit any video game, and is well suited for projects for children, flash animation, comedic projects and more.
BPM 122: Playful, quirky, whimsical, and fun. This childlike and innocent piano piece gives off a festive mood. This track is great for video games or more youth focused projects.