Erhu, Shakuchi, Katana, Chinese gong, Thai gong, Huge drums, Brass, Harp, Violins, Celos, Oboe Asian mood, at a slow tempo, Powerful orchestra.
BPM 124: Cinematic, Action, orchestral, high energy, Epic track. Building in suspense throughout with huge and nibble percussion finally finishing with screeching strings and huge boom.
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BPM 120: Dark, quirky track in a modern, cinematic style. Ghosts, zombies, weird night creatures. Good for TV promo, children animation and cartoons, Halloween projects.
BPM 130: Work with Slow and Speed Motion Action Movie, Epic movie, Battle in games. Full symphonic orchestra, based on rhythmic staccato strings and French horns, staccato woodwinds, timpani.
BPM 120: Emotionnal and dynamic, aerial and positive, orchestral track with strings, french horns, piano and drums, that alternates between soft parts (60bpm) and epic parts (120bpm), which allows very different uses. Epic, triumphant and emotional, this song makes you want to fly away.
Tension and suspense in this dark atmospheric soundscape. Scary, intense and dramatic. Perfect for horror trailers, vampires, murderers, massacres, violence, gore, etc.
BPM 140: Epic Hollywood style track with huge orchestra, aggressive guitars and thundering drums. Full of energy, drive and plenty of attitude. Tense and building with stabbing strings and enormous bass. Powerful, explosive, full of impact and swagger. Perfect for trailers, games or any project needing a big budget cinematic sound.
BPM 150: Highly Epic Building track with a Trailer music feel throughout. Huge String and Brass Stabs and Percussion mixed with fast paced Electronica percussion and Epic soaring Theme. Epic, Cinematic, Vast, Uplifting, Powerful, Explosive
BPM 120: A relentless ostinato drives this motivational piece with strong orchestral strings, heroic french horns, slick drum kits, and epic marching percussion. Communicates success, innovation, progress, and technology. Huge, Vast, Powerful, Cinematic, Inspiring.
BPM 68: Nice orchestra score, slow emotional bed, bit military and patriotic, good for love scene or epic movie showing heroes. Symphonic orchestra: French Horns, Slow strings, Bass Drum, snare, flute, trombones, tuba, harp, trumpet, glockenspiel.
BPM 145: Dark orchestra with a menacing, ominous sound. With strong cellos and double bass in evidence, hammering piano and sharp string runs for an action feel. Two soft parts to allow synching to video changes. Perfect for film trailers, video games and zombie or halloween productions. Powerful, scary and epic.
BPM 120: Pulsing, syncopated and evolving epic action track. Dramatic suspense with a mysterious feel. Pulse is carried throughout by electronic synth elements, cello and viola.
Positive lively Orchestral mood, short strings, flute, drums, percussion, brass, trumpets, glock, good for tv show intro or credits.
BPM 90: This is an epic track ! The battle rages, swords clash, armies are rushing towards each other to the sound of choirs, strings, drums, horns, trumpets, leading this epic ride to victory ! Perfect for a video game, or a trailer.
BPM 110: Gentle Crescendo based music filled with hope and great inspiration. Military snare background beat, Piano accompaniment, bass, strings, french horn, simple ukulele melody in delay effect. Inspiring, emotional, courage, determination, patriotic.
BPM 51: Dramatic Trailer track with an inspiring motivational build to the end. Great for stories of struggle and success. Introduction with a hypnotic piano explodes into an inspirational orchestral ballad of epic proportions. Pounding drums, powerful brass and chorus along with energetic violins bring this uplifting cinematic track to a very positive ending.
BPM 70: Perfect for epic Hollywood-style movie trailers or intense action scenes. A powerful track with an heroic feel. Great for any production that needs that big, dramatic, Hollywood sound. It begins as an epic adventure, rejoint by powerful and conquerant choirs and drums just before an intense ending. Looking for something strong and cinematic ? This one is for you.