BPM 120: This rock track creates a cool mood of a guy with enough money in his pocket walking and smoking and not caring about whats going on around. The track builds itself towards the hook part. Electric guitars, rock drums, bass.
BPM 145: Adventurous, cinematic, and light. The piece features horn and violin melodies coupled with playful orchestral gestures and textures. This track would be well suited for underscoring fantasy/adventure content geared towards children.
BPM 86: Dramatic, bold and spacious. Tense strings create an atmosphere of defiant resolution in this piece. A wonderful choice for any dramatic project.
BPM 110: A cute yet haunting song written in 3/4 time. Perfect for quirky projects or animated shorts. This track features strings, clarinets and harpsichord.
BPM 132: Upbeat, fun and playful. This simple track is easy on the ears and would work well for that new gadget advertisement. Light instrumental lines blend together with xylophone, piano and strings. Perfect for so many projects.
BPM 135: An elegant and lyrical waltz performed by a chamber string ensemble. Prominent melody carried by solo viola and violin. Wonderful period music for any film in a thematic historical setting.
BPM 165: This one is perfect for romantic comedy or an against-the-odds uplifting story. There are three fundamental sections to the track: The first section are quirky and whimsical, with pizzicato stings and a light hearted timbre. From 45 seconds, a more poppy upbeat mood drives the piece forward, with a 'life's good' feel. The last section from 01:30 introduces a more serious tone, perhaps introducing a hurdle to be overcome.
BPM 77: Celebrating the Labor Day, this piece is uplifting and motivational. Great for corporate videos. The energetic beat with orchestral strings is powerful and glorious. The piece exudes a sense of accomplishment after hard work.
BPM 85: A dramatic, gritty and modern track. This piece goes hand in hand with crime and detective shows/content. This track also works particularly well over title sequences.
BPM 140: A breathless chase against the clock for our hero and his pursuers. Dramatic and intense. This is a Hollywood style percussion piece with choir, strings and piano. Scary and dangerous, and tense. Perfect for battle scenes or chase scenes.
BPM 120: A loving and mysterious track that features hang drum, copper phone, light percussion, piano and glockenspiel. This track creates an unusual and relaxed feeling. Gentle, soothing and reflective.
BPM 155: A classic surf rock band with retro-sounding guitars and fast tempo. The 60s sound creates a vintage feel. Fun, stylish and packed with attitude.
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 100: Dark, suspenseful and tense. An old piano with distorted bells coupled with brooding strings communicates a shadowy and somber feeling. The heavy percussion adds to the drudgery and overall melancholy mood.
BPM 80: A trailer type track with orchestra, choirs, big pounding percussion and a typical buildup to an heroic climax.
An odd tension is created by dramatic drones and minimalist electronic chimes. A serious and evocative piece. Well suited for documentaries, sci-fi or dramas.
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BPM 112: A consistent and methodical electronic background track. The music keeps the action moving with warm electronic tones and buzzy synths. Well suited for video game projects for levels or menus.
BPM 140: Deeply inspiring and driving track. Orchestral /pop Style Piece with a driving drum accompaniment, soft and warm voice, strings, brass and electric guitar. Winner Circle, reward, accomplishment.
BPM 160: Piano slowly builds to a melancholy choir interlude and moves into an epic full orchestral arrangement. This cinematic track is well suited for trailers, action and mystery projects. Powerful, engaging and gripping.
BPM 184: Intense, dramatic, and glorious. A dynamic Hollywood trailer track that conveys a heroic feel. Taiko toms, cinematic percussion, strings, horns, and woodwinds fill out the arrangement. A powerful male choir is the icing on this cinematic and musical cake.