BPM 100: Old-time banjo track with catchy guitars and a rhythmic banjo topped with a melodic fiddle.
BPM 93: A mixture of musical styles. Hip-hop grooves, a smooth bass line, sleigh bells and various orchestral instruments combine to create a modern take on ballet music. Perfect for holiday commercials with a modern twist. Enchanting yet fun.
BPM 136: A feel good and happy track with modern electronic grooves, fender Rhodes and electric guitar. Light, sunny and lively. Perfect for feel good or smiley TV ads. Can be used for kid-oriented material.
BPM 100: Bright mandolin, ukulele and fiddle riffs paired with a modern percussions beat. Energetic, driving and confident. Perfect for travel, adventure, exploration, nature, outdoors, expedition, fishing or hunting. Has a certain ethnic feel.
BPM 120: A melodic, pleasant and colorful track that has that contemporary stylish commercial sound. It starts small, with only piano and plucked ukulele and then builds throughout with added instruments, and more expressive melodies. Innocent, innovative and simple.
BPM 109: Uplifting and happy feel good track with Ukulele, handclaps, mallets. Perfect for commercials, kickstarter and crowd funding campaigns or TV.
BPM 168: Grooving, mellow, and uplifting track with a great rhythm and melody suitable for anything that needs to highlight positivity.
BPM 130: A bouncy feel good song with a playful glockenspiel melody. The ukulele, mellotron style organ, piano and stripped down drums make this track perfect to tap your feet to and sing all day long.
BPM 105: A warm, feel-good song featuring banjo, acoustic guitar, mandolin, hand claps and a simple and catchy “whoa-oh-oh" group vocal. Swinging drums, piano, brass horns and a Hollywood string section give the tune color and dynamics. Combines elements of folk-rock, indie, pop and Americana. Positive, uplifting and memorable.
BPM 123: A funky track with a very “Pulp” feel. Perfect for a spy story, casino scenes and suspenseful moods. Use it for films, trailers, video games and advertising.
BPM 120: An upbeat, happy and joyful track with a jazz-urban feel. Fun, lively and fast-paced. Think a 1960s or 70s game show all about shopping!
BPM 90: A steady, mid-tempo bluegrass track featuring a full bluegrass quintet (stand up bass, acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin and fiddle) with the addition of dobro accents. The instruments that take turns doing a lead are banjo, mandolin and fiddle. Lively, fun and care free.
BPM 120: A fast-paced vintage cabaret track with a modern twist. A nice piano riff, clarinets and horns make a nice blend to go with a modern house beat. Vivacious, cheerful and festive. Perfect for cabaret, circus, burlesque, acrobats, amusement park, varieties and comedies.
BPM 110: This track invokes the feeling of a new dawn, the morning of the day that lies ahead, with its new opportunities to behold. Orchestral instruments used include the marimba, flute, clarinet, bassoon and celeste accompanied by strings and percussion. Enchanting, intriguing and inquisitive.
BPM 168: A fun, childlike song featuring flute, bells and handclaps. Naive, fresh and playful. Perfect for advertisement, video games and any kid related concept.
BPM 100: A feel good and happy track with a piano and whistle melody. Sunny, light-hearted and joyful. Perfect for chipper TV ads. Has a light retro feel. Can be used for kid-oriented material.
BPM 115: A subtle piece that has the classic comedic touch, featuring low pizzicato strings and clarinet. Light, comedic and funny. This is the perfect understated track for coupling with scenes of subtle plot development.
BPM 127: A happy pianist playing a funny tune on his acoustic piano in the early 1900s in a smoky bar. A retro swing atmosphere of the 20s is felt. Uplifting acoustic bass and shuffle brush drums play a groovy rhythm. Some loops are light versions without the lead melody and also versions with solo piano only.
BPM 120: A charming and delightful piece. Sounds like the sunshine of a beautiful summer afternoon. Ukulele melodies, piano chords and smooth drums make up the instruments used in this track.
BPM 180: This is an old school 8-Bit cheesy tune. Very happy, bouncy, and quirky. This is a great piece for scoring an entire game level or a menu screen.