Royalty Free Comedy / Funny Music
Equal parts cheesy, quirky and fun, these lighthearted tracks don’t take themselves too seriously. Emphasize slapstick humor or goofy antics with these silly tunes. Great for kids and children’s programming, as well as playful advertisements.
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 117: A very useful blues influenced funk track with soul, excitement, and a cool attitude. Instrumentation includes drums, electric guitars, horns, and rock organ with modern beats. Perfect for comedy and feel-good fun.
BPM 160: This track features an old style ragtime theme. The piece sounds like a mechanical piano in the old west! This happy sounding music is suitable for animated projects, period pieces, comedies and documentaries.
BPM 116: This track consists of a tuba, clarinet and percussion trio. The orchestral arrangement gives it great cinematic possibilities for any children's adventure/animated film. Cute, funny and lively.
BPM 122: Playful, quirky, whimsical, and fun. This childlike and innocent piano piece gives off a festive mood. This track is great for video games or more youth focused projects.
BPM 160: A comedic and alternative polka fanfare. Funny, melodic and well suited for cartoons or other animated projects. Silly, slapstick and up-tempo.
BPM 210: A super happy swing song with a catchy melody. Featuring : acoustic guitar, brass, joyful drums and an electric guitar solo with a bluesy and jazzy feeling
BPM 125: A lovely interpretation of a classic rhyme. Originally from the French song "Ah vous dirais-je maman". The melody is played by the woodwinds while the strings are in the background. Joyful, gentle and sweet.
BPM 120: Sophisticated, sensual and mysterious! A jazzy minimal mood is established by this piece. Fender Rhodes, Stratocaster guitar, double bass and drums fill out the arrangement smoothly.
BPM 182: An alternative fanfare with trumpet, trombone, saxophone, drums, and sousaphone. Fun, fast and crazy. This track has a lot of character and would fit well in a slap stick comedy or as music for an animated title sequence of a retro themed show.
BPM 89: A lighthearted orchestral track with a playful and inquisitive nature. The celeste, bassoon, clarinet and various percussion instruments combine to create an ideal backdrop for moments of expectation, anticipation and wonder. Also good for Christmas-themed visuals, and elements of the unknown within game shows.
BPM 141: A joyous track that conjures images of families and friends caught up in the holiday spirit. Wonderful melodies of the piano and clarinet are supported by an accompaniment of pizzicato strings, bassoon, harp, sleigh bells and various orchestral instruments.
BPM 200: This is the sequel of my old school 8-Bit cheesy tune Joyful Pixels. Very happy, bouncy, and quirky but this track features a slow and a fast part. Well suited for scoring an entire game level or a menu screen.
BPM 165: A raw 8 bit sound of retro chiptune video games of the 80s era. Old school consoles, first computers and happy kids all come to mind. Could fit any flash animation, funny cartoon, projects for children.
Take a walk on a beautiful sunny day with this track. Smooth, elegant and playful. Well suited for any silent film or period pieces taking place in the early twentieth century.
A child’s fantasy waltz. Instrumentation includes: cello, violin, accordion and classical guitar. This track is well suited for content geared towards children such as animated works or as background music for a project needing a quirky, lively vibe.
BPM 143: Light and fun, this short tango track features accordion, congas, mandolin and piano. Very useful for comedy cues and shorts. A great track filled with life and energy.
BPM 105: Country bluegrass mandolin with drawn out classic guitars and melodic fiddles laced with traditional dobro slides.
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.