BPM 146: Ocean 11 Soundtrack/poker after dark Sound alike, soft jazzy lounge ambiance, underscore and corporate track, with a touch of lay back soprano sax.
BPM 145: Dark orchestra with a menacing, ominous sound. With strong cellos and double bass in evidence, hammering piano and sharp string runs for an action feel. Two soft parts to allow synching to video changes. Perfect for film trailers, video games and zombie or halloween productions. Powerful, scary and epic.
BPM 120: Evocative and vibrant pop song. Inspiration of great memories. Med tempo. Piano, Strings, bass and drums.
BPM 180: Huge Orchestra, epic drums, and electronic elements for an epic traileresque impact. Builds up to a big war-like theme, then changes mood with room for dialog, pauses for one bar and comes back big and loud for a dramatic build up to the end.
BPM 150: Lounge track with Ocean 11 film mood. Casino, poker atmosphere with a money smell. Drums, upright bass, muted electric guitar, marimba, percussion and strings.
BPM 156: A fast paced fight scene with a heroic ending. Heavy brass hits and string ostinatos, with pulsating percussion and drums.
BPM 75: Creepy and suspense filled. A slow burning track bringing to mind Mogwai and Godpeed You Black Emperor. For drama, crime and horror.
BPM 90: Intriguing and mysterious underscore that can also be used as a film score. Suspenseful, haunting and atmospheric. Perfect for trailers or games.
BPM 150: A quirky off beat track played by a live string quartet. This pizzicato based piece (plucking the string) is accompanied by light percussion, piano and upright bass. Perfect for ads, documentaries, narratives and voice-over material.
BPM 135: Orchestral track with pizzicato cellos, piano and glokenspiel, with a fairy, magical mood. Strange bouncing orchestartion give it a somber, yet playful vibe. A perfect halloween tune, or good for invernal holidays videos, also suitable for comedy or horror films. Jew's harp and subtle percussions give it a perky dynamic. Magical, fantasy and bizarre.
BPM 68: Nice orchestra score, slow emotional bed, bit military and patriotic, good for love scene or epic movie showing heroes. Symphonic orchestra: French Horns, Slow strings, Bass Drum, snare, flute, trombones, tuba, harp, trumpet, glockenspiel.
BPM 120: A relentless ostinato drives this motivational piece with strong orchestral strings, heroic french horns, slick drum kits, and epic marching percussion. Communicates success, innovation, progress, and technology. Huge, Vast, Powerful, Cinematic, Inspiring.
BPM 120: Energized and positive instrumental music with piano, strings, drum and bass. Inspirational, hopeful and powerful mood raising spirit.
BPM 160: Edvard Grieg's instantly recognizable 1876 orchestral masterpiece, In the Hall of the Mountain King from the famous Peer Gynt Suite No. 1. A thrilling dream fantasy that slowly accelerates into a dramatic ending with bombastic timpani and brass. Perfect for Halloween, comedy and commercials.
BPM 90: Dark, atmospheric suspense track. Eerie FX and percussion under a haunting guitar lead. Sci-fi and modern mystery sound.
BPM 158: Rhythmic strings create dramatic tension in this very cinematic piece. Ostinato patterns, staccato strings, piano, percussion, all gradually adding up for a dynamic build-up with powerful ending. Orchestral sound that could dramatically help tell a story, unravell a mystery, put pieces together etc. Great for film, tv, trailers and video games.
Positive lively Orchestral mood, short strings, flute, drums, percussion, brass, trumpets, glock, good for tv show intro or credits.