BPM 160: An action packed, ultra modern, spy track. Instrumentation includes: a full orchestra, rock guitars, huge brass and pounding percussion. Electronic elements drive the suspense of the piece. Perfect for action films, sports promos and blockbuster trailers.
BPM 130: This is a sound track for hard workers, Confident guitar riffs with serious piano chords, building into an out-of-this-world, dubstep, high energy sequence. Conveys feelings of strength, endurance and hard labor.
BPM 120: This track features a shimmering Arabian flute and strings, joined by an upbeat ethnic percussion line. Mysterious, exotic and wondrous. This track is well suited for projects focusing on nature and its beauty.
BPM 110: A pleasant, optimistic and light hearted orchestral track that builds in melodic and rhythmical qualities. This piece makes use of the full orchestra, piano, bells, bass guitar and drum kit. This track has a very uplifting and slightly euphoric sound that has a festive quality to it. Happy, joyful and inspirational.
BPM 135: This track has a powerful build-up ideal for movie trailers, video games and sport advertisement. Strong percussions and electric guitars with an industrial moderne vibe and classic string orchestration and horns. A driven and fierce anthem.
BPM 107: Cinematic, minimalist, suspense thrilling driven track. Dark, anxious and melodic electric guitars (rhythm, slide melodies and solos) combined with a steady rock drum beat coming in for the outro. Open space music with emotions moving from tension, action and reaction.
BPM 75: Engaging, peaceful and dreamy piece. A delicate piano sustained by electronic textures, synth sequences and touching strings. Evolving, comforting and relaxing. Massive Attack and Ryuchi Sakamoto inspiration.
BPM 118: A hard-hitting rock anthem with brutal guitar and heavy bass. This track would be perfect for an race/chase scene or an extreme sports movie or trailer.
A delicate and hopeful piano theme. This piece brings to mind images of romance and nostalgia. Well suited for any emotionally driven scene in a film.
BPM 135: This track is packed with fun, light and whimsical orchestral moments. Perfect for reality shows, animation projects and content for children. Fun melodies are played by different sections of the orchestra.
This is an Arabic style orchestral track. Percussion, strings, french horns and middle eastern instruments fill out the ensemble. Mysterious and majestic, this track is ideal for underscoring documentaries.
BPM 108: A modern cinematic trailer. This piece features spicatto strings, brass and a rugged percussion bed. Great for communicating a sense of urgency, danger, or fear.
BPM 100: Urban, gritty and dramatic. A powerful beat blends with an orchestra and some funky guitar playing to create a hymn that won't be denied. Features a delicate piano break in the middle that gives some breathing to the song.
BPM 75: Ethereal, deep and inspiring. This electro piece has a real cinematic vibe to it. A song for deep thoughts and life changing ideas. Piano, acoustic guitars, drums and bass fill out the arrangement.
BPM 140: A calm orchestral theme turns into a wild dubstep adventure. Pressureful drums and hard synth wobbles melt together with epic strings and orchestral elements. Good for games, adventure, futuristic battle scenes and fantasy.
A sports inspired track with a solo marching band section. Ideal for inspirational trailers, commercials and TV spots.
BPM 85: This southern guitar piece evokes the quietness and grit of nature. Slide guitars and acoustic guitars give this track a stylish flare. Confident, subtle, pulsating and smooth.
An emotional and soothing piano atmospheric piece with soft female voices. Cinematic, contemplative and moving. Perfect for landscapes, slow motion, aerial shots, sea and nature. Could be used as an emotional film score.
BPM 80: An inspiring ambient electro-acoustic track with guitars, synth pads and understated drums that slowly takes you to a state of joy and exhilaration.
BPM 137: A contemporary British indie/rock track. Pounding drums and raw guitars couple with a positive vibe throughout. A big outro occurs at 3:23. Engaging, dynamic and punchy.