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 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 135: A fun, feel-good track that features a ukulele and steel drum part over a strong bass line. Joyful, uplifting and light hearted. This track is ideal for commercials, nature scenes, home improvement and more.
BPM 128: Bluegrass, country feel banjo groove in two different tempos, slow and fast. Bright, shiny, joyful, optimistic or euphoric mood, minimalist and perfect if you are looking for a playful background music. Constant build-up with a rhythm section (drum, piano, bass) coming in for the outro.
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.
An orchestral track with a positive and lively mood. The arrangement includes: strings, flute, percussion, brass and glockenspiel. Good for TV credits or a show intro.
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 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 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.
BPM 100: Old-time banjo track with catchy guitars and a rhythmic banjo topped with a melodic fiddle.
BPM 105: A happy and quirky up-tempo track with delayed banjo, bass voices, pizzicato strings and cool drums. Trendy, playful and humorous. Perfect for cartoons, kids, babies, pets, jokes and comedic content.
BPM 108: A funny and quirky track that has a "cartoonesque" vibe throughout. Truly original. Great for your funny video project but also for games or apps. Has a New Orleans feel. Instruments: Banjo, tuba, vintage synths and surf guitar!
BPM 85: This track has a wonderfully stylish Halloween mood. Based on a hip-hop vibe, this track is evocative of bat soup with frogs eyes. The arrangement features drums, bass, harpsichord, voice, synth and sound effects.
BPM 120: A kitsch and cheesy tango bossa groove with organ and theremin. Funny, quirky and retro. This stylish track is well suited to underscore a comedy.
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 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.
A piano piece with an inspirational vibe. Simple, emotional, light yet hopeful. Perfect for the beginning part of a corporative video that eventually builds up with uplifting acoustic tracks! Also great for documentary, picture slide show and children related content.
BPM 85: A pretty, mellow and sunny track with an easy feel. Features acoustic guitar, strumming mandolin and accordion as the rhythm instruments, then builds as banjo and an easy mandolin solo come in. Great to compliment images of the country, driving through open spaces, or anywhere a tender and relaxed track are needed.
BPM 155: Innovative and cutting-edge rythmic track with percussive elements such as muted guitars, pizzicato violins, staccato clarinet and miscellaneous percussions. Acoustic guitar picking adds an emotional side to it. Pulsing, sparkling and luminous. Works great in comedy, sharp editing or stop motion.