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A melodic rock/metal piece with a really weird time signature. That doesn’t stop it from being cool, though. Inspired by some of my favorite Dream Theater riffs. A piece like this can fit a lot of places when it comes to video. Kinda depressive, kinda dark, but still hopeful and beautiful.
An acoustic guitar and a banjo create a drifting lull as an accordion and erhu play a languid melody. The accordion is slightly forceful, while the tremolo of the erhu is uncertain, creating an intertwined dialogue of two vastly different characters. The piece is calm and pensive, with subtle notes of East Asian and Country Western influences.
You ever get the feeling to just hang out on a skating pond with a beagle? Make sure you hit play on this track!
...like the drink! A tropical ambient instrumental. Perfect for commercials, travel videos and corporate videos. The reason for the name is that this is what you feel like whenever you order a Pina Colada.
Mid-tempo walking bass, piano, and drums with a clarinet solo in the middle.
Fantasy and emotional track with a nostalgic vibe.
Happy bouncy theme for a comic hero! Written for Craig Knitt's short "Happy Boy".
Du sitzt am Steuer deines 65er Mustangs und fährst über die endlos scheinende Gerade auf das Monument Valley zu. Über dir nur wolkenloser Himmel und grenzenlose Freiheit ...
Just a nice little jazz piece. A faster version is also available.
You know what's cool? A standpipe in the winter. I imagine this one with a hip mustache and a plaid beret. Enough of the imagery, this is a little downtempo chill piece with lush horn punctuation. Suitable for: walks in the rain, time-lapse videos, sad cooking shows. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
This is my favorite piece that perfectly captures a slightly grown-up sound, but still sounds like a 1990s-era action-drama. Old Way: Synthesized Electric Piano New Way: Actual EP Recordings that are built into virtual instruments that are then put through a lot of processors to make them SOUND like Synthesized Electric Pianos. Old Way: Synthesized Ocarina New Way: Assemble recordings of an ocarina player, and then make a virtual instrument that captures beautiful expression and legato lines... turn off all that fancy stuff and play it like a crappy synth.