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A light and slightly silly version of "Jingle Bells". Easy to loop.
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 of content it fits to.
I'm a total fan of Stranger Things, which made me buy some old 80s synths and write this piece. As uncreative as I am I just called it "Saschas Things". It all started with this one melody, around which I then composed everything else. I don't know exactly why, but somehow a saxophone ended up in it, forgive me - but my wife thinks it's great :) I don't know if I hit the 80's 100%, but I like it somehow :D
A very happy and motivational piece with African percussion, and of course - THE MARIMBA! Orchestral strings added towards the end, for feel-good feeling. I can see this being used in a huge variety of joyful things, and it will most likely make your audience feel even better.
Dear music directors and music supervisors, You're welcome. How was this track never produced by anyone before? It is here now and available to license at a very reasonable fee. Cinematic piece with some pizzicato strings and a drum kit. No big changes. Perfect as background music!
My rendition of the famous "Entry of the Gladiators", better known as "Circus Theme Song". The song itself is hilarious. Place this on top of something that's already funny, and you got yourself a victory! Extended license purchase includes all different 5 versions of the song (brass, ragtime, strings, techno and trap)
So you're producing an interview segment! Problem is most people suck at being interviewed. Like... almost everyone. What do you do? You could send the non-media professional to an improv class, you could do 5 pre-interview coachings, or you could schedule a 3-day "pre-interview" at an all-inclusive beach resort in hopes that you will "share a moment" and uncover some goddamn humanity in your interview subject. Or. You could just put some interesting music behind the segment. If your crap interview is longer than this piece Do NOT loop this music - fire your editor.