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 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 130: A vivace and happy orchestral track with flutes, xylophones and soft percussions. Light hearted and dynamic accents with bass, woodwinds and brass sections keep it allegro while accordions give it a festive appeal good for comedy. Great for casual videogames, smiley TV ads, funny videos, and cartoons.
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 130: A fun, mid-tempo bluegrass track featuring banjo, mandolin and acoustic guitar leads. Dynamic, happy, joyful. This is a great track for programming featuring the country side or the south.
BPM 115: A happy, feel good, start the day right kind of track. This positive piece features acoustic and spacey slide guitars with a lot of percussion. A great laid back piece that later on, gives an almost tropical feel.
BPM 95: Gentle hip hop flavored song with a very heart warming yet naive melody. Toy piano, glockenspiel, ukulele over an old school rhythm section. Perfect for youth-related projects.
BPM 95: An understated feel-good track with soft piano, violins and flowing rhythm. This delicate piece with fill the listener with feelings of positivity and hope. Well suited for any warm or uplifting scene in a project.
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 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 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 118: This track feels as if it came straight out of the 50s or 60s. Light, positive and chipper. Instrumentation includes guitar, drums, bass, piano, marimba and glockenspiel.
BPM 150: An energetic, traditional circus track. The arrangement features saxophone, drums, guitar, banjo and sousaphone. This piece exudes feelings of spectacle, comedy and motion.
BPM 125: Light, upbeat and quirky. This track features mandolin, ukulele, mallets, strings and percussion. Perfect for creating warm, sparkling and feel good vibes.
BPM 114: This sincere and bright acoustic track evokes a strong sense of tenderness. Simple, pure and reflective.
BPM 100: A soft guitar piece with piano and violins. Comforting, gentle, sentimental. This track is well suited for establishing a sense of nostalgia, appreciation and tenderness.
BPM 120: A light-hearted and slightly mischievous piece featuring light percussion, plucked cellos and some interesting flute and clarinet musical ideas. Inquisitive, nosey, and sneaky. This track is a great understated piece to highlight moments in comedic scenes.
BPM 110: A cute yet haunting song written in 3/4 time. Perfect for quirky projects or animated shorts. This track features strings, clarinets and harpsichord.
BPM 170: A daydreaming tender and mellow modern waltz piece. Elegant and romantic, with some Fellini inspiration. The piece evolves under a sustained crescendo. Piano, melodica, celesta, brass, double bass, electric and acoustic guitar, drums and minimal percussion fill out the arrangement.