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 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 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 150: An 8 Bit, old school arcade version of the famous William Tell overture by Rossellini. This is a great track for conveying an 80s vintage feel. Perfect for any video game project needing a western vibe!
BPM 120: Soft, fun and innovative. The rhythms heard are made from desktop sounds like staples, a computer keyboard, human steps, doors and mixed with easy melodies played by a minimal orchestra. Perfect for the web, technology and comedic shorts.
A catchy and jazzy waltz for cartoons, animated projects and comedies. The polka style gives this a subtle gypsy feel that could also work well in projects that incorporate a dash of the odd and bizarre. Dark, quirky, and unique.
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 96: Funky, groovy and hip. This track features: drums, groovy bass, vintage organ, vintage clavinet, wha guitar with overdrive, bongos, congas, roto toms, tambourine and cowbell. A great track for anyone looking for that cool 1970s style sound.
BPM 90: Charming, feel good and quirky. This track features a catchy whistling melody and is accompanied by guitar, banjo, kazoo and drums. Give any project that youthful almost indie vibe.
BPM 68: Funny, light-hearted and goofy. This song plods along in a humorous and silly mood. A great piece for an animated short or children focused project.
BPM 115: The title says it all... Blues on ukulele! Laid back, smiling and relax. With ukulele, bass, snaps and tambourine.
BPM 100: A funny and light country track with a sense of adventure. Rhythmic, engaging and fun. This piece is well suited for programming aimed towards children or lifestyle programming.
BPM 110: A funky and feel-good track with rhythmic electric guitars over cool and groovy drums. Energetic, happy and soulful. The confident track ensures a good mood and vibe for any project.
BPM 180: A high-energy and powerful rock track with full band sounds. Electric guitars, bass and drums work together to give that vintage sound. Energetic, vibrant and positive. Perfect for road music, driving, bikers, teenagers and TV ads.
BPM 118: This offbeat, sprightly piece is quirky and inquisitive. The track features pizzicato strings, mallets, quirky woodwinds and understated percussion. Light in tone and incredibly versatile.
BPM 90: A story all about a boy flirting with a girl. An innocent, lovely tune with acoustic guitar, live percussion and bass and jazz brush drums. Easy going and fun.
BPM 120: Upbeat, playful and happy. Features a quick-paced, light-hearted melody supported by a rhythmic orchestral background. This track is great for underscoring content geared towards children.
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BPM 115: A funny song with xylophone, flute, saxophone, banjo, guitar, sousaphone, keyboards, and drums. This track would work well underscoring the antics of mischievous characters. Ideal for any animated project geared towards youth.