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 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!
BPM 120: A funny, quirky and fast tempo swing track. Instrumentation includes upright bass, piano, banjo and electric fiddle. This piece has a catchy southern vibe sure to get your toe tapping.
BPM 110: Zombies slowly moving in a Latin tango dance feel. A funny and sarcastic track with a feel of danger. Good for a joyful flash video games, Halloween or any comedy film or cartoon for kids. Brass instruments, keyboards, drums, bass, accordion and acoustic percussion fill out the arrangement.
BPM 152: Mischievous, clumsy and evil. This cartoony arch-villain song sure will put the spotlight on his inability to scare anyone. Funny, pompous and charming.
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 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 125: This orchestral track begins with bouncy and contemporary xylophones. It is then mixed with a full orchestra in the middle section. Uplifting, energetic and happy.
BPM 180: A vintage dinosaur made of retro 8 bit sounds. A good fit for kids project, video games and multimedia applications. This piece creates a funny, vintage and happy atmosphere. You get loops with melody and also without the melody, underscore versions.
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 145: A fun, organic and acoustic rock track with nothing but live elements. Includes acoustic guitars, bass, Rhodes, drums and percussion. The song exudes joyful, young and fresh vibes. Perfect for TV ads or youth-oriented content.
BPM 160: This track features an old style ragtime theme. The piece sounds like a mechanical piano in the old west! This happy sounding music is suitable for animated projects, period pieces, comedies and documentaries.
BPM 160: A comedic and alternative polka fanfare. Funny, melodic and well suited for cartoons or other animated projects. Silly, slapstick and up-tempo.
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 120: A happy and sunny track with a positive melody that will make you smile from the start. Instrumentation includes: piano, acoustic guitar, bells, strings, bass, percussion and drums. A great piece to underscore commercials featuring non-profits, apps, or technology.
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.
Positive, optimistic and uplifting. This lively theme features flutes, brass, percussion, harp and english horn. This is a wonderful track for underscoring developments in plot for a comedy or light hearted film.
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 125: A lovely interpretation of a classic rhyme. Originally from the French song "Ah vous dirais-je maman". The melody is played by the woodwinds while the strings are in the background. Joyful, gentle and sweet.