BPM 80: A happy, upbeat and playful piece featuring the glockenspiel, celesta, those Christmas-y tambourines, and some cool, plucky rhythms. The flute and clarinet make nice background appearances throughout the piece. A great fit for any holiday project!
BPM 118: Uplifting and emotional with a touch of happiness. Acoustic piano, strings and mandolin create a comforting mood with light electronic drums. Gentle, elevating and warm. Perfect for emotional trailers or TV ads.
BPM 118: Happy, sunny, smiley and cheerful. This easy going piece has a Hawaiian twist featuring ukulele, bells, slide guitar, bass, drum and percussion. Well suited for conveying an innocent, tropical, and life-loving vibe.
BPM 178: A sweet, quirky song about getting over a relationship and finding new love. This piece features female vocals and quirky rhythms. A great piece for underscoring a drama or romantic comedy.
BPM 150: A quirky off beat track played by a string quartet. This pizzicato based piece is accompanied by light percussion, piano and upright bass. Perfect for ads, documentaries, narratives and voice-over material.
BPM 90: A touching and emotional piece. The melody is carried by a soft piano and accompanied by strings, woodwinds and light orchestral percussion. Great for establishing time progressing or change within a character.
BPM 82: Serene, light, and acoustic. This family getaway song centers around the well being of each member as they enjoy a quiet relaxed time in the country. Beautiful, soothing, fun.
BPM 90: Happy and uplifting "feel-good" acoustic track with Ukulele, female vocals, handclaps and a memorable melody play by Glockenspiel and piano. Perfectly suited for commercials, image films and more.
BPM 125: Happy and upbeat, this track is very cheerful and carefree. Ukulele, piano, drums, glockenspiel, xylophone and claps all come together to create a joyful and light mood. Well suited for any advertising project or presentations.
BPM 138: A playful and quirky track with a marimba sequence, upright bass, percussion and drums. Upbeat, lively and fun. Perfect for comedy or dark comedy, babies, kids, animals and awkward situations.
BPM 160: This song features many different african instruments like balafon that sound a bit like xylophone, djembe, krin, dunum and calabash. This song is happy and perfect for safaris, adventures, traveling, world documentaries and corporate projects.
BPM 125: A happy and joyful track with recorder, flute, acoustic piano and light drums. Smiley, cute and sparkling. Perfect for babies, kids, children playing, comedy, animals and happy advertising.
BPM 165: A tender and mellow track. Airy, intimate and cool instrumentation. This jazzy waltz with acoustic guitar, piano and xylophone is sure to put a smile on your face.
BPM 95: Tender, delicate and positive. Gentle acoustic guitar, ukulele, glockenspiel, tiny percussions and "hmmm" voices fill out the arrangement. A sweet track for tech or smart phone commercials.
BPM 82: Starts as a music box and develops into an emotional film score with acoustic piano, celeste and strings. Inspirational, elevating and warm with a touch of sorrow. Perfect for emotional TV ads or film trailers. Can also be used for children or baby related content.
BPM 120: An orchestral track with a quirky and playful nature. The instruments play uplifting, positive and fun melodies and accompaniments. A cheeky solo clarinet plays the tune whilst bouncing off the pizzicato strings and bassoon.
BPM 143: A lighthearted fun track with a playful beat created by organic acoustic instruments. Lively and cheerful, it's an ideal song for use in any sort of ad where the intent is to smile. Feelgood and hopeful, perfect for children. Acoustic guitars, natural percussion, foot stomping and clapping.
BPM 145: A feel good and uplifting track with a touch of sunshine. Accordion, acoustic piano, mandolin and ukulele fill out the arrangement nicely. Light-hearted, sparkling and romantic.
BPM 72: An upbeat African groove with xylophones joined by drums and shakers. Rhythmic, playful and fun. This track could easily be used in a documentary or a TV advertisement.