BPM 120: A retro style track - back to the 80s old school video game style. This piece is evocative of cars, bikes, formula racing, chases, sci-fi projects and fast pacing arcade games. Dynamic, rhythmic and engaging.
BPM 120: Quirky, cheeky and exciting. This track features percussive and angular melodies over a steady and lively rhythmic foundation. Pizzicato strings, electronic xylophone and clarinet create an upbeat piece with a wry smile.
BPM 75: This light instrumental track features bass, marimba, keyboards and percussion. The gentle bass line and keyboard make for a simple and fresh vibe. Light, gentle and pleasant.
BPM 120: Open you eyes very slowly and see the sun rising behind the curtain...What a wonderful day ahead! Warm, positive and gentle. This piece comes with a touch of optimism! Includes violin, cello, piano, glockenspiel and percussion in the arrangement.
BPM 100: A Halloween mood track. It's scary, sarcastic and fun. Could fit any video game, Halloween project, animation, horror film, flash application and boasts a slight 8 bit feel.
BPM 118: Whimsical and exciting, this track is a mix of jazz, gypsy and bluegrass influences. Virtuosic violin, mandolin, banjo, and guitar are accompanied by upright bass and brush drumming. Great for communicating a folk feel or giving a chase scene some stylistic flair.
BPM 110: A slow pace 8 bit track with a retro, zombies, post apocalyptic, atmosphere. Blood and death in the air! Dark, sinister but sarcastic and fun. Fits video games, flash applications, Halloween projects for kids or vintage movies.
BPM 127: A light acoustic track featuring piano, violin and cello. The fresh piano melody accompanied by the gentle string section creates an air of pleasantry, propriety and sweetness. This pleasant track is could be used for a wide array of purposes.
BPM 112: A lovely tune with a pirate-like, or Irish theme. Great track for a light and gentle dance with a folk flavor. Quartet made up of acoustic guitar, flute, pizzicato cello, bells and tastily played percussion.
BPM 108: An easy going, groovy track with live vintage bass, electro guitars, piano, chamber strings and retro 808 drum kit. Makes you smile and dance. You also get a few loops without the lead melody as underscore versions.
BPM 120: Ukelele with light percussion. Acoustic, bright, carefree, cheerful, feel good, hopeful, playful, melodic, sparse.
BPM 104: A joyous track. Why not let loose, and open the door to a fun life? Silly vocal sounds and claps form the percussive rhythm section, whilst the bass and acoustic guitars create the perfect tune to let loose to.
BPM 190: A somewhat diabolical track, reminiscent of the early platformer games, with the sound of mushroom one-ups firing off all over the place. Imagine old school video games except on some crazy, wild trip. Irritatingly addictive, this track could work well in your own video game project.
BPM 80: This track was inspired by Latin music and 'B Movie' soundtracks of the 1950's. This song features cheesy organs, percussions, marimba, bass and drums. Loops 8 and 12 are great for scoring a video game, as they are at 110 BPM. Ideal for those last seconds of levels or bonuses.
BPM 165: A fun, lively jig featuring a flute lead. Background instruments include accordion, piano, acoustic guitar, drums and bass. This is a great track for productions requiring a fun, Celtic type feel. Also great for children's programming.
BPM 165: A happy, bouncy Celtic Jig featuring accordion as the lead instrument. Great for productions needing music reminiscent of the East Coast of Canada or Gaelic-European flavored music. Festive, spirited and traditional.
BPM 152: Mischievous, clumsy and evil. This cartoony arch-villain song sure will put the spotlight on his inability to scare anyone. Funny, pompous and charming.
BPM 105: A nice tune featuring ukulele, xylophone, glockenspiel, groovy bass, violins, uplifting claps and drums... A nice melody perfect for child video, advertissment, happy and joyful...
BPM 210: A funny song with ukulele, tuba, pizzicato, some funny cartoon effects and a gypsy jazz feeling... An orchestra comes in the middle of the song for more energy... Joyful and happy !