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 165: 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: Old school 8-Bit cheesy tune with a reggae feel. Very happy, sunny, and quirky. Well suited for underscoring an entire level of a video game or menu screen.
BPM 140: A raw 8 bit sound of retro chiptune video games of the 80s era. Old school consoles, first computers and happy kids all come to mind. Could fit any flash animation, funny cartoon, projects for children.
BPM 165: A happy catchy song, with an uplifting and light-hearted feel. Whistles give a smiling mood with the singing theme, while bass and percussions keep a sustaining, dancing and careless groove. Well suited for TV ads or content geared towards children.
BPM 110: Uplifting, light-hearted and adventurous. The piece features smooth textures along with upbeat melodic motives. Delicate, gentle, and playful.
BPM 114: A bouncy and bright track with ukelele, acoustic guitar, organ and light percussion. Childlike and cute with feel good and fun vibes. Happy joyful, playful and positive!
BPM 120: A fun, light and groovy track featuring Fender Rhodes, finger snaps, bass guitar, mandolin, electric guitar, piano and percussion. Great track for TV and radio advertisements, documentaries and film scores!
A lighthearted track to use while taking a happy walk down the street. Fun, upbeat and given a dash of that Charleston charm. This track is well suited for animated pieces or projects oriented towards children.
The most famous ragtime piano song by Scott Joplin, recorded with a real upright jazz piano in order to preserve the natural color of that old Jazz sound. Features a club recording environment and a very dynamic playing, where soft parts alternate with joyful, hammering notes. Perfect for funny videos, vintage, old fashioned or cheerful contents, cartoons, trailers or films for kids. Carefree and jazzy, this song is guaranteed to spice up and give fuel to any video production!
BPM 130: A New Orleans style jazz tune. The arrangement features banjo, trumpet, trombone, clarinet, sousaphone, and drums. An energetic march evocative of Mardi Gras, good times and Bourbon Street.
BPM 155: Feel-good, energetic and country. This pop track combines drums, ukulele, acoustic and electric guitars and cheesy organ for a fun effect. Upbeat, lively and engaging. Perfect for TV ads, funny scenes, happy moments and road music.
BPM 103: A groovy and funky track with a R&B feeling. Rhythmic, smiley and soulful. The percussive nature of the track gets your toes tapping and your ear's attention.
BPM 110: A bouncy, quirky and fun track with pizzicato strings, unusual percussion, bass guitar, strings and more. Playful, lively and slightly curious, this is perfect for kids or childrens themes.
BPM 100: An uplifting, fun, grooving, motivating ukulele piece that features layered vocals. Great for a corporate project needing a winning edge. Glockenspiel, funky bass and percussion fill out the arrangement nicely.
BPM 89: A quaint and lively track inspired by music of the Baroque period. Recorder supported by the harpsichord, bassoon, clarinet and European folk drums are featured. Perfect musical backdrop for themes of gardening, garden parties, stately homes, aristocracy and period dramas. Think heritage, antiques, countryside and fine art.
BPM 122: Playful, quirky, whimsical, and fun. This childlike and innocent piano piece gives off a festive mood. This track is great for video games or more youth focused projects.
BPM 125: This is a cheerful and peppy bluegrass track with a two-step drum beat that will make you want to get up and dance! Banjo, acoustic bluegrass guitar and mandolin take turns playing lead, providing a fun, happy and positive mood. Think Saturday night at the ho-down and you've got this track down!