BPM 120: A light-hearted and slightly mischievous piece featuring light percussion, plucked cellos and some interesting flute and clarinet musical ideas. Inquisitive, nosey, and sneaky. This track is a great understated piece to highlight moments in comedic scenes.
BPM 125: This orchestral track begins with bouncy and contemporary xylophones. It is then mixed with a full orchestra in the middle section. Uplifting, energetic and happy.
BPM 160: A retro track with an arcade feel. The plinky synths and 8 bit percussion really gives this track its stylistic sound. Fun, lively, and quirky.
BPM 180: Fun, happy and jazzy. A delightful dialogue between a harp and a vibraphone followed by some Latin percussion and double bass. A sixties glamorous and sophisticated cocktail party feel is given off by this track!
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: A fun, feel-good track that features a ukulele and steel drum part over a strong bass line. Joyful, uplifting and light hearted. This track is ideal for commercials, nature scenes, home improvement and more.
BPM 140: A light hearted circus feel in 3/4 time with a romantic middle section. Sweet, effervescent, and sparkling. This track works well for programming or content geared towards children.
BPM 140: A gentle and light-hearted track with acoustic guitars, ukulele and accordion. Feel good with a touch of melancholy in the melody. Sweet, tender and bright.
BPM 165: A fun and festive full Dixieland band with drums, tuba, trombone, piano, acoustic guitar and tenor banjo, with clarinet and trumpet solos. Sounds like a party on Bourbon Street! This piece is also great for Children's programs.
BPM 123: Crazy, funny film music. Good for chases in a movie, animation cartoons for children or arcade and racing video games. Rock drums, upright bass, electro guitars and a few quirky sounds fill out the arrangement.
BPM 150: Seize the perfect day with this inspirational and motivational versatile background music. Featuring upbeat ukulele, uplifting glockenspiel and moments of sheer happiness. Optimistic and trendy in nature.
BPM 110: Zombies slowly moving in a Latin tango dance feel. A funny and sarcastic track with a feel of danger. Good for a joyful flash video games, Halloween or any comedy film or cartoon for kids. Brass instruments, keyboards, drums, bass, accordion and acoustic percussion fill out the arrangement.
BPM 134: An African, tribal music track with its primal rhythms played by groovy percussion and world strings instruments. Different, fun and sunny. This piece is well suited for educational or children's material.
BPM 178: This happy, catchy, lightweight melody will make you smile. Ideal for ingame music or funny matter. A simple orchestral arrangement with string ensemble, woodwind and xylophone.
BPM 125: This is a cheerful and peppy bluegrass track with a two-step drum beat that will make you want to get up and dance! Banjo, acoustic bluegrass guitar and mandolin take turns playing lead, providing a fun, happy and positive mood. Think Saturday night at the ho-down and you've got this track down!
BPM 100: A cool country shuffle featuring alternating acoustic guitar and mandolin leads. Background instruments include acoustic strumming guitar and banjo. Drums give the track a "train" feel.
BPM 136: This track is a Christmas tale of comedy and mischief. Jingling bells, exuberant strings, and rhythmic mallet percussion result in a piece well suited for animated projects. This mysterious and sneaky piece keeps you on the edge of your seat.
BPM 180: A vintage dinosaur made of retro 8 bit sounds. A good fit for kids project, video games and multimedia applications. This piece creates a funny, vintage and happy atmosphere. You get loops with melody and also without the melody, underscore versions.
BPM 120: A happy and sunny track with a positive melody that will make you smile from the start. Instrumentation includes: piano, acoustic guitar, bells, strings, bass, percussion and drums. A great piece to underscore commercials featuring non-profits, apps, or technology.