An emotionally strong and cinematic piece, filled with eerie voices and violin solos. Can be used for film, movie trailers, websites, advertisements, and projects needing an emotional drive.
BPM 150: Tense, powerful and twisted. Features a heavy percussion background with suspenseful orchestral lines. Suspenseful, dramatic, dangerous.
BPM 92: Cool character entrance for a movie/TV show in the style of Ocean's 11. Icy cool feel with upbeat drums and rock-style organ. Talk-box guitar accents the funky drums and grooving bassline.
BPM 110: This smooth track makes you travel in a world of sun, snakes, sand, horses, tumbleweeds and guns. It features slide guitar, guitars, Mexican gitarron and percussion.
BPM 120: A simple, innocent opening develops into a dramatic and passionate crescendo. Inspirational, positive, hopeful, flowing and powerful. An optimistic homage to human achievement about defeating adversity and overcoming hardship.
BPM 140: A breathless chase against the clock for our hero and his pursuers. Dramatic and intense. Hollywood style percussion with choir, strings and piano. Scary and dangerous, high tension. Perfect for battle scenes or chase scenes.
BPM 125: Light, upbeat, quirky and uplifting track with mandolin, ukulele, mallets, strings and percussion. Warm, sparkling and feelgood.
BPM 116: Stirring and uplifting orchestral cinematic track with a military flavor. Begins with marching snares and a lone bugle and builds to a rousing theme. Great for civil war or historical dramas, buccaneers and pirates but also works great for contemporary projects needing a military or patriotic sound.
A soft and heartfelt goodbye track with a hopeful ending. Live piano, live strings and soft pads.
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BPM 60: Orchestral with a haunting piano, this is a taut, tense build-up to a moment of genuine terror. Don't look behind you...!
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BPM 90: Light fun rock and roll feel good vibe with live rhodes, guitar, bass, drums, and whistles. Perfect for feel good summer comedy trailers.
BPM 120: Percussive, haunting track with moments of cinematic tension, ambiguity and ethereal ambiences blend with experimental sounds, acoustic percussions, electronic sounds and noise, distorted underlying guitars and powerful build-ups.
BPM 50: That gut wrenching moment when time seems to slow down... then stop - and you realize that Everything has been leading up to this. Pensive, reflective, revelatory.
BPM 125: Uplifting and happy. Orchestral track with bouncy and contemporary xylophones, mixed with full orchestra during the middle. Energetic and upbeat