BPM 110: A sweet interpretation of Joshua fit the Battle of Jericho. The track features a traditional jazz arrangement with trumpet, trombone, soprano saxophone, piano, washboard, tuba, bass, and drums. Classy, fun and vintage.
A catchy and jazzy waltz for cartoons, animated projects and comedies. The polka style gives this a subtle gypsy feel that could also work well in projects that incorporate a dash of the odd and bizarre. Dark, quirky, and unique.
BPM 115: The title says it all... Blues on ukulele! Laid back, smiling and relax. With ukulele, bass, snaps and tambourine.
BPM 136: This track is a Christmas tale of comedy and mischief. Jingling bells, exuberant strings, and rhythmic mallet percussion result in a piece well suited for animated projects. This mysterious and sneaky piece keeps you on the edge of your seat.
BPM 100: Light, uplifting and enchanting music. This track gives off a fairy tale, fantasy vibe and evokes images of an elder telling stories to children. The piece includes flute, acoustic guitar, soft piano, strings and bells.
BPM 90: Charming, feel good and quirky. This track features a catchy whistling melody and is accompanied by guitar, banjo, kazoo and drums. Give any project that youthful almost indie vibe.
Feels good, bright, delicate and smiley. The left hand follows a soft swing pattern while the right hand caresses the keys to create beautiful melodies. Chipper, soft and loving.
BPM 135: This light, feel good and magical track evolves around an ostinato of marimba and piano. Excellent for advertisement, movie score, corporate presentation. Technical tip: In the "full track" version and the "loops" the piece is played in 3 different keys.
BPM 120: Solo electric guitar track. Bouncy and carefree with a carefree feeling. Great for promoting gentle and happy vibes.
BPM 130: A fun, upbeat, motivating, ukulele piece that features layered male and female vocals. Great for a corporate project needing a winning edge. Drums, bass and electric guitar fill out the arrangement nicely.
BPM 140: Happy, busy and exciting. The orchestral piece describes a busy afternoon in a harbor. Excellent for trailers. Vivacious, lively, uplifting.
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BPM 124: An uplifting and quirky track featuring Rhodes piano and electric guitar. Funky rhythms and catchy melodies contribute to the feel-good vibe of the track, with an underlying feeling that everything is 'just right'. Relaxed, cool and fun.
BPM 120: This track has a child-like and magical feel. Playful, light, gentle. A great piece for projects featuring innocent, fantasy like elements.
BPM 142: A theatrical, up-tempo track - ideal for reality television, visuals of puppetry, drama, animations, silent movies, fairgrounds or even a fashion show. Instruments used include the organ, glockenspiel, bells and the accordion. European, mysterious and sinister.
BPM 120: Soft, fun and innovative. The rhythms heard are made from desktop sounds like staples, a computer keyboard, human steps, doors and mixed with easy melodies played by a minimal orchestra. Perfect for the web, technology and comedic shorts.
BPM 72: Classical arrangement of the most famous lullaby. The melody is played on piano, with strings and woodwinds in the background. The intro and the transitions are original. Sweet, gentle, lovely.
BPM 200: This is the sequel of my old school 8-Bit cheesy tune Joyful Pixels. Very happy, bouncy, and quirky but this track features a slow and a fast part. Well suited for scoring an entire game level or a menu screen.
BPM 130: A modern, up-tempo bluegrass track that's foot stompin' great! Fast-paced acoustic guitar, banjo and stand up bass provide the solid rhythm, while smoking hot lead breaks are taken by dobro, fiddle and mandolin. Fun, happy and hee-haw good!
BPM 90: A story all about a boy flirting with a girl. An innocent, lovely tune with acoustic guitar, live percussion and bass and jazz brush drums. Easy going and fun.