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You threw a golf ball at me. But I saw that coming, so I had a tennis racquet handy. Then you threw a running chainsaw at me. But I saw it coming, so I had a plexiglass safety cage handy. I see that rabid ferret behind your back... I’ll be in the car.
A short piece to accompany your futuristic setting! Originally written for a 2D platform game. Very easy to loop!
A very joyful and happy classical piece with a melodic touch. Can be used for most things. At least parts of it. Originally written for theater.
This is the most famous section of Danse Macabre, and features a very nice violin line.
Middle of the road sort of medieval music... Also good when not travelling on a road. This piece is available in a full uncompressed version here. It is also available as a part of a larger download of similar themed music here.
When I do music based on folk traditions, I tend to name them after cities. Like this one: Shenyang. It is a little village of 8 million people that I've somehow never heard of. Oh sure, I've heard the name, but I don't associate it with anything specific. Chicago: Hot Dogs. Amsterdam: Offensively tall Dutch. Moscow: "Stop a Douchebag". Shenyang: No clue. How did I miss this city?? You already know if you need this piece, it has a more satisfying low-end than actual real Chinese music, and it should fit in with your modern productions well.
The melody for this piece is in the bass keys, while the high notes play a headache-splitting constant rhythm. At the one-minute mark the high-pitched notes drop several octaves to play a crunched staccato before returning to the previous theme. The last thirty seconds feature drawn out chords, and the tempo slows dramatically, ending with frustrated trills in both registers, signaling the demise of the villain.
Dark, hybrid cinematic track featuring dystopian pulsing synths and epic drums.
Earthy and yet urban with a mix of personal and epic. This is a hybrid in all senses. Major uplift at 40 seconds in. Drops back down for another feel at 1:10.
It's always easier making the scene transition smooth and interesting when adding a piece of music between the shots. That's what this piece is for. You want to shut off the previous scene, and greet the new one. A great example of this is the show "Friends", where I have taken a lot of inspiration for my own stings. What kind of music you use between scenes isn't even that important, as long as you have something engaging and exciting that will help your audience understand that "the previous scene is now over, welcome to the new one!"
Some very cool dark electronic music. Very mystical.
Starts of delightful and chill, then goes into a deeper/darker state. Don't let her fool ya!
Short Theme in two tempos for your silly bad guy.