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Definite African influence on this mostly orchestral piece. Clean ending.
From what I can tell, this piece has no genre... it is an odd mix of a few things, but not enough of any one of them to be considered a member of that group. So, when you find a new critter which is certainly a new species... likely a new genus... probably a new family... and seriously might be a order. It has an exoskeleton, gives birth to live young (asexually somehow?), has a beak... We recognize all those parts, but it doesn't fit anything. Might be a new phylum.
A catchy beat. A catchy melodic synth. This is the definition of minimal techno. A very dark piece, but shockingly transforms into more positive towards the end. A piece that works great as background music. Doesn’t steal too much attention, but it will engage the viewer.
Let's talk about why so much film music sounds like this. The construction allows any part to be muted and otherwise sculpted around the dialog without the loss of a theme or motive energy. There isn't really a theme to lose. You can't hum this one easily. There is a lot of variation, but it is all in a very well defined range, and doesn't get too crazy.
A little slice of future funk...
Kevin MacLeod Ballroom dancing Classical Musical Radio Drama Unclassifiable
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Hard to get more fun than this. Seriously, it is insane fun. You can download this in uncompressed format here! Comes with all parts isolated along with a dry export of everything in case you want to attempt your own mix.
Energetic track featuring light percussion and sounds of typing machine.
Fun little piece played very poorly.
Medieval meets club beats. You can download this in uncompressed format here! Download comes with parts on their own!
Real techno this is! Grooving and mysterious. Diverse parts throughout, as you might see from the audio curve.