BPM 160: This track is big and fast paced. An ideal musical bed for any Hollywood action trailer. This piece is evocative of superheroes gathering together to combat the villains of our world. Truly epic.
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, comedies and commercials.
BPM 123: A funky track with a very “Pulp” feel. Perfect for a spy story, casino scenes and suspenseful moods. Use it for films, trailers, video games and advertising.
BPM 106: A sweet and loving theme, played beautifully by a live solo violin and piano. The arrangement develops and builds throughout the track, featuring strings, celeste, woodwinds and harp. Great for family oriented projects, romantic scenes and emotional montage sequences.
BPM 60: Cinematic soundscape featuring a pad, guitars and flutes. Evocative of South and Central America landscapes. This track begins smoothly and builds up until the final melody. Nostalgic, smooth, tranquil.
BPM 110: A pulse pounding, drama filled cinematic track. The music features intricate guitar rhythms intertwined with spicatto violin/cello. Low Brass, Strings and Tom - Taiko percussion are used in the arrangement as well.
BPM 124: An orchestral high energy, epic track. The piece builds in suspense throughout with huge and powerful percussion. The track then finally finishes with screeching strings and a huge boom.
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BPM 126: Hurry up...There's not much time left! This track conveys feelings of anxiety and uncertainty. Nervous bass and drum rhythm tracks over layers of guitars and synths. A great track for intense dramas.
BPM 105: An inspiring and positive movie score with orchestral strings, acoustic guitar and piano. Uplifting, elevating and thoughtful. Perfect for emotional tv ads, military, achievement or olympics.
BPM 116: Nostalgic, sad and mournful feeling. Played by live duduk and a ambient drone of moving background voices. Could fit a mellow film scene or intro to some dark, painful and bitter video or ethnic world project.
BPM 110: This track features a huge orchestra, big drums, epic brass, and feels just like a trailer should. Perfect for big epic projects. The piece builds up, then changes mood with room for dialog. Dramatic, intense and thrilling.
BPM 80: A thematic orchestral piece with a patriotic, honourable and allegiant feel. Begins with a simple melody on the piano, and a full orchestral arrangement carries the track to a climactic and victorious ending.
BPM 80: A slow but suspenseful orchestral underscore with a "ticking time" feel and big choir, great for TV, documentary or games.
BPM 120: A classy, contemporary heist/caper cue. The catchy double bass line and break beat percussion drive the track along. Exciting, upbeat and lively.
BPM 145: A dramatic and tense piece well suited for action sequences and scenes where 'everything is on the line'. Instrumentation includes: strings, drums, choir, and brass. This track is sure to have the listeners on the edge of their seats.
BPM 135: This soothing instrumental track has piano, cello and strings. The resulting arrangement creates a warm and calming mood. This track is well suited for any documentary or dramatic project.
An elevating and inspiring piece. This reflective track is perfect for romance or drama. Passionate strings and sparkling piano create elegance with a mysterious edge.
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BPM 86: A light to medium tension cue fitting crime scenes, investigations, montages. Sparkling synth melodies and arpeggios with big drums below.
BPM 180: This track features a huge orchestra, epic drums, and electronic elements that make for a dramatic trailer-esque impact. The music builds up to a big war-like theme, then changes mood, making space for dialog. Intense, exciting and gripping.
BPM 140: A powerful trailer style piece. Excellent for the promotion of video games or anything in film and television needing that big Hollywood sound. Contains hints of dubstep drums and a nice mid-break leading to a powerful ending.