BPM 180: Epic Hollywood trailer track. Both heroic and dark, with string ostinatos, big brass section, pulsating drums, dark choir and industrial elements. Great for film, game and sports trailers.
BPM 140: Slick, cool and catchy. This authentic bossa-nova track features a quartet of bossa drums, bass, guitar and piano. This track feels like fall in the big apple!
BPM 60: This track consists of an emotional piano solo. Reflective and melancholic, this track is evocative of sad memories, a haunting past or lost love. Perfect for any dramatic project.
BPM 159: An orchestral piece with huge heroic drums, driving percussion, epic brass and edgy strings. Ideal for trailers or as a soundtrack for film and video games. Fits the genres of action, fantasy, drama and adventure perfectly.
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. A great piece for making that dramatic impact.
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 107: An emotional and atmospheric modern track with acoustic guitar, female voices, Rhodes and a groovy bass riff. Warm, inspirational and melancholic. Can be used for romantic or intimate purposes.
BPM 125: Urban and chic. A great track for those looking for something energetic, fun and cool. Organ, Rhodes, Upright Bass fill out the arrangement. A dancing groove for a fun and memorable evening.
BPM 121: A steady, confident groove featuring electric guitar with delay, a piano melody, a nice fat bass, solid drums and a bit of electro synth at the start of the piece. Engaging, dynamic and driving. A great piece for TV advertisements and corporate presentations.
BPM 130: Mesmerizing and deep, this sci-fi track evolves with various new age style pads, epic percussion and buzzy lead synths.
BPM 90: A slow and orchestral piece. Haunting, melancholic and lonely. The piano's echoes and reverb create a feeling of despair and loss.
BPM 158: A short lovely 54 second film ready track. It makes you feel as if you were in a Hollywood movie with a Sixties feeling. Playful, effervescent, rhythmic.
BPM 50: A piece that evokes feelings of a gut wrenching moment when time seems to slow down. Conveys a feeling of time stopping completely. Pensive, reflective and cinematic.
BPM 70: A modern orchestral track featuring piano, cello, marimba and strings with taiko drums and regal french horns. Flowing, emotional, and free. A big crescendo brings this track to an uplifting, positive and inspirational close.
BPM 85: A swelling, building, dramatic and cinematic piece for orchestra and huge percussion. This piece has scale, with a feelings of both tension and drama, without being too dark. Electronic elements help to lend a contemporary feel to the track too. Perfect for scores and trailers.
BPM 114: An epic percussion trailer cue with high impact, intense vibes, and electronic rhythm bass elements. Powerful with consistent energy and suppressed suspense. Well suited for underscoring scenes of characters escaping or being hunted.
BPM 145: This track feels like it came right out of the sixties. The track boasts a fun Latin mood, with live flute, 60ss organ and a brass section. Fun, stylish and cheesy.
BPM 61: A trip-hop track with a retro, groovy feel. It has a mellow mood and creates a beautiful atmosphere. Played by vintage synths, electro guitar, Rhodes piano and drums.
BPM 100: A patriotic, positive orchestral piece with strings, brass, woodwind and percussion. An 'all is well' and uplifting vibe from beginning to end which builds throughout.
BPM 87: This gloomy instrumental track features violin, piano, keyboard and strings. The smooth violin accompanied by the piano and keyboard make for a flowing and dark atmosphere. Dramatic, melancholic and sorrowful.