BPM 80: A gorgeous, spiritual piece. Starts softly with guitars piano and voice. Has an ethereal and very pretty quality to it. Great for emotional projects needing that special vibe.
BPM 160: This track features a gentle, soft, and beautiful melody. Classical guitar, is accompanied by acoustic rhythm guitar, bass, glockenspiel, a female choir, and a shaker. Well suited for TV advertisements seeking to convey a warm and tender vibe.
BPM 100: A soft and beautiful ballad with a delicate piano line, warm strings and a weeping cello. Beginning with a minimal intro, the track slowly grows with tender emotion until reaching a cinematic and heartwarming climax. Great for projects in need of a moving underscore. Touching, gentle and reflective.
BPM 120: A feel good and uplifting track with a touch of a smile. Acoustic piano, mandolin and ukulele groove with a comforting melody. Light-hearted, sparkling and warm. Perfect for TV ads with an emotional side.
BPM 80: A positive, melodic piece featuring piano with just a touch of light percussion. Great for an indie comedy or a commercial showcasing a new, pleasant and inspiring service/product. Quirky, gentle and kind.
BPM 105: A light and airy track. Various instruments including pizzicato strings, a harp, piano and glockenspiel combine to give an uplifting and happy character to the music. Invokes ideas of sunny days, making cakes and chilling with friends.
BPM 96: A folk inspired track, down to earth, gentle and genuine. Great for documentary or nature related projects. The instruments: Finger style ukulele, dobro slide guitar, acoustic guitar and light percussion and pizzicato violin result in a warm tune.
BPM 133: Whimsical, cozy and gentle. This track feels as if flowing through different colors and boasts a lively, yet soft orchestral sound. Features pizzicato strings, glockenspiel, celesta, cheerful flute runs and woodwinds. Good for movies, comedies, and corporate videos. Its dynamic sections make it great for cartoons and animated projects.
BPM 106: A sweet and loving theme, played beautifully by a live solo violin and piano. The arrangement develops and builds throughout the track, featuring strings, celeste, woodwinds and harp. Great for family oriented projects, romantic scenes and emotional montage sequences.
BPM 93: This happy go lucky track features piano, acoustic bass and strings. This piece is evocative of a the love a parent might have for their young child. Sunny, joyful and uplifting.
BPM 120: Delicate, mellow, and lovely. The piano plays only right-hand like caressing the keys, while the pizzicato strings plays a waltz rhythm. Well suited for underscoring TV shows.
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 melodic, pleasant and colorful track that has that contemporary stylish commercial sound. It starts small, with only piano and plucked ukulele and then builds throughout with added instruments, and more expressive melodies. Innocent, innovative and simple.
BPM 130: A bouncy feel good song with a playful glockenspiel melody. The ukulele, mellotron style organ, piano and stripped down drums make this track perfect to tap your feet to and sing all day long.
BPM 85: Optimistic and feelgood folk track with acoustic guitars, fender rhodes and soft drums. Refreshing, positive and gentle.
BPM 110: This track invokes the feeling of a new dawn, the morning of the day that lies ahead, with its new opportunities to behold. Orchestral instruments used include the marimba, flute, clarinet, bassoon and celeste accompanied by strings and percussion. Enchanting, intriguing and inquisitive.
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 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 120: A charming and delightful piece. Sounds like the sunshine of a beautiful summer afternoon. Ukulele melodies, piano chords and smooth drums make up the instruments used in this track.