Experimental music is a genre that encompasses a wide range of styles and techniques that depart from traditional or mainstream forms. This can include unconventional elements such as unconventional instruments, non-standard structures, and chance-based or improvisational methods of composition. The goal of experimental music is often to push the boundaries of what is considered "music" and to explore new sounds and forms. It can be found in many different genres, including avant-garde, electronic, and noise music.

One of the key characteristics of experimental music is its focus on experimentation and exploration. This can mean using unconventional instruments, such as found objects, or incorporating elements of other art forms, such as spoken word or visual art. It can also mean using unconventional methods of composition, such as chance operations or improvisation, to create new and unique sounds and structures.

Experimental music has a long history, dating back to the early 20th century with composers such as John Cage, who was known for his use of chance operations in composition, and Karlheinz Stockhausen, who was a pioneer in electronic and tape music. In the 1960s and 1970s, the avant-garde movement became popular, with artists such as La Monte Young, Terry Riley, and Steve Reich pushing the boundaries of what was considered "music".

In more recent years, the rise of electronic and digital technology has led to the development of new forms of experimental music, such as ambient, glitch, and IDM. These genres often incorporate elements of electronic music, such as synthesizers, samplers, and drum machines, to create unique and otherworldly sounds.

Overall, experimental music is a genre that is constantly evolving and pushing boundaries, with new and exciting developments happening all the time. It is a genre that is not limited to any particular style or instrument, and it encourages creative expression and exploration.

Free Experimental music

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A simple and minimalistic logo with a very effective sound. If you want bright and modern sound, this is it. Instruments: Pluck, synth, fx
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“Epic Logo” is a short, dark and epic trailer intro with a very dramatic mood. Perfect for logo reveals, opener, intro, broadcast, advertisements, websites, YouTube channels, Vimeo channels, vlogs, daily vlogs, corporate presentations, corporate videos, infographic videos, explainer videos, tutorials, slideshows, business videos, science and technology projects, startup videos, app...
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A basic layer of bongos. Useful for lots of things! Progresses towards the end. Ends very abrupt, which makes it perfect for cross-fading and looping. Reminds me of some of the original Playstation game levels.
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Well, zephyr may not be EXACTLY what these sounds are. They're typically a little bit calmer. There happen to be a few calm wisps of air in here, layered with some sustained winds. I just like this word :)
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I like to call this “redneck metal”. That might be completely wrong, but it definitely has a “southern” touch over it. Jack the Lumberer is an extremely popular song across the internet, and it has been used in so many different kinds of content, I won’t start suggesting what kind...
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Creepy, off-time piano piece with a lot of sustaining and ambience and tension. Meant for a quick 15-30 second clip where you're banging through some imagery that's ramping up to a crescendo...
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Even the piece itself is hilarious. Add it to comedy content and you’re good to go. I can’t really explain the title. It’s just as stupid as the song.
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Ok, this one could make you feel a few different things. You could feel like you're trapped under water, or maybe you're into scuba diving and you're exploring a cenote, or underwater cave. Either way, you're not on the surface with this one...
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Creepy, ambient patch with ghostly nuances and sounds. Mild, driving under beat with no evolution - just suspense...
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This piece reminds me of summer nights when a far distant storm is doing its thing and you anticipate the suppressed thunder from the flashes in your darkened bedroom. Calming and peaceful distant chaos, good piece to lay in the background of late-night scene to make it a bid foreboding.
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Fun and positive music in a retro style. Ideal for gaming projects or videos where you want to convey the atmosphere of the 80s. Great for futuristic videos, documentaries, high-tech projects, adventures, children's games where you need to run and collect bonuses. It can also be used for presentations, trailers,...
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Howling, howling winds with quicker shots of wind building up throughout. Some sub-leaning, deep winds crawling around here and there as well. Lots of variation as the piece goes on - building to a busier storm!
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Drop this in, mix it in the background, and watch the scene get scarier with weird nuances rising and falling in the background of your narrative :)