BPM 95: An inspirational, emotional and cinematic piece. Modern and driving with electronic drums and sequences, as well as orchestral strings and choir voices. Suspenseful and dramatic. Perfect for movie trailers and poignant scenes.
BPM 70: Inspired by World War 2 cinematic music. Patriotic and heartwarming, this theme uses classic orchestral instrumentation and french horn for its main melody. The track rises into an epic uplifting crescendo and ends with a subtle piano and clarinet duo playing the main theme.
BPM 140: An epic powerful orchestral piece with layered drums and percussive pianos. Great for a corporate trailer.
BPM 60: An introspective, slow piece. Leaves plenty of space in between the notes for impactful images or voiceover. Sorrowful, sad, depressing. Piano, guitar and pads. Has a movie-like quality to it. Great for any project needing a sad song. Very ethereal and atmospheric.
BPM 180: Epic scale and huge impact from the start with this track. Easy to break up into sections and loops, this is perfect for the massive Hollywood sound to drive a trailer or sequence. Cinematic orchestral, rock and electronic elements help to add to the contemporary feel to each section. The track increases in scale as it develops, ending in huge brass / synth sustains. It doesn't get bigger than this!
BPM 95: An epic, uplifting track that builds to a triumphant finish. Perfect for projects needing an inspirational score. Featuring strings, epic percussion and rock drums, brass and choir.
BPM 117: An atmospheric and cinematic track created with bells, swirling synths, bitty drums and strings. Great for creating an atmosphere that has intensity but isn't overpowering. Emotional, dramatic and significant.
BPM 120: A colossal sounding track with distorted FX horns, mammoth drums and Hollywood sound design. All these elements are the back drop to this action blockbuster trailer cue. Driving strings and earth shattering drum kits round out the arrangement. The enormous brass melody and full choir kick in giving the feeling of titans returning to the earth.
BPM 100: A sci-fi atmospheric underscore. The piece exudes an airy ambiance with bass sequences and electronic arpeggios. Haunting, spacey and mysterious.
BPM 120: A relentless ostinato drives this motivational piece with strong orchestral strings, heroic french horns, slick drum kits, and epic marching percussion. A great piece for communicating success, innovation, progress, and technology. Huge, vast, and powerful.
BPM 155: Innovative and cutting-edge rythmic track with percussive elements such as muted guitars, pizzicato violins, staccato clarinet and miscellaneous percussions. Acoustic guitar picking adds an emotional side to it. Pulsing, sparkling and luminous. Works great in comedy, sharp editing or stop motion.
Gently rhythmic, dreamy and sentimental. This tender track is evocative of relationships and emotional duress. A great ballad for any dramatic project.
BPM 92: This high-tech thriller comes with a hip hop twist. Glitches, dark drones and a full orchestra give this piece a large and dramatic sound. Well suited for any sci-fi or action projects.
BPM 160: Epic dubstep with a cinematic touch. A mixture of dark, theatrical organ, hard hitting drums and “in-your-face" wobbling bass lines. Melodic breakdowns ramp up towards an energetic, sleek dubstep drop. Dynamic. Versatile. Powerful.
BPM 214: A contemporary and ballsy rock anthem. All the instruments are live, no sample instruments to be found here! Instrumentation includes distorted guitars and pounding drums. Perfect for project looking to make a statement.
BPM 120: Atmospheric, peaceful, and floating. This track has a steady rhythm on a soft electro bass drum, a pizzicato string section, warm bass, soft guitar harmonics, and ambient synth sounds. A great track for communicating a sense of wonder or dreaminess in a project.
BPM 90: A track of delicate plotting and secret activity. Perfect for underscoring a montage showing the creation of a magical project. Clever, with a hint of humor, the arrangement features dynamic strings and high impact percussion. Epic toms bring this piece to a thrilling close.
BPM 150: A quirky "worker-bee" piece in 7/8 time signature. Modern, smart and dynamic. Kalimba, piano, strings and glockenspiel fill out the arrangement. Great for positivity or productivity-related productions. Can also be used in a romantic comedy setting.
BPM 134: A child-like playful orchestral track but with a dark, gothic twist. Full orchestra and choirs with belled percussion and pizzicato strings fill out the arrangement. Mischievous, playful and devious.