BPM 90: A funny track with acoustic instruments. An atmosphere of a sunny day, children playing around, happiness and love are created. Sunny, chipper and nice.
BPM 130: A bubbly, playful indie-pop track with folk elements. Picked banjo, light mandolin and glockenspiel carry a simple melody over toe-tapping drums and electric guitar. The track escalates to a rich chorus embellished with brass horns, hand claps and shakers. Light-hearted, youthful and trendy.
A child’s fantasy waltz. Instrumentation includes: cello, violin, accordion and classical guitar. This track is well suited for content geared towards children such as animated works or as background music for a project needing a quirky, lively vibe.
BPM 120: Solo electric guitar track. Bouncy and carefree with a carefree feeling. Great for promoting gentle and happy vibes.
BPM 154: An inspiring, happy, and positive ukulele track featuring calming vocals. Perfect for use in any advertisement, product placement, or feel good scenario.
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 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 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.
BPM 70: A gentle, soft and soothing music box style track. "Good Christian Men Rejoice, "O Come Little Children" and "Joy to the World" form a beautiful child like medley. This Christmas tune sounds just like a lullaby.
BPM 123: Crazy, funny film music. Good for chases in a movie, animation cartoons for children or arcade and racing video games. Rock drums, upright bass, electro guitars and a few quirky sounds fill out the arrangement.
BPM 120: This track is a minimalist interpretation of a classic children's rhyme. Simple, sweet and innocent. Well suited for any project geared towards children.
BPM 100: Old-time fiddle tune with classic sounding fiddles and bright drawn out mandolins with melodic guitar leads and rhythmic bajo riffs.
BPM 100: A cool country shuffle featuring alternating acoustic guitar and mandolin leads. Background instruments include acoustic strumming guitar and banjo. Drums give the track a "train" feel.
BPM 120: An engaging, positive, bright and orchestral track. The warm and descriptive introduction evolves gradually to reach an emotive and hopeful moment. Calm, peaceful, tender.
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 190: A swinging jazz Be-Bop track with a great groove! Rhythm tracks are provided by a quartet of drums, bass, jazz guitar and piano. Leads provided by steel guitar, jazz guitar and piano. Happy, friendly and bopping!
BPM 68: Funny, light-hearted and goofy. This song plods along in a humorous and silly mood. A great piece for an animated short or children focused project.
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 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 165: A fun and festive full Dixieland band with drums, tuba, trombone, piano, acoustic guitar and tenor banjo, with clarinet and trumpet solos. Sounds like a party on Bourbon Street! This piece is also great for Children's programs.