Similar music to Pi by Claus Appel
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A quick, bright piano piece with no pedaling.
Smooth. Seriously smooth. Smooth like you can't even imagine how smooth this is. Still has a lot of life, though! The uncompressed download comes with an alternate mix with a super deep electric bass for even more smoothness! Did I mention it is smooth? Sort of like an early 1970's era vibe to it. But smoother. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Going to the grocery store? Need a theme for that? Maybe you've got a swank cocktail party that needs some swank music? All of these things are possible and more with this upbeat organ-based piece! You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Rich, cynical people. We all know them, and they are definitely listening to this song while they’re being rich and cynical
How bustling do Gnomish villages get? I imagine not more bustling than this. If I were a gnome.... out there bustling my butt every day, this would be my soundtrack.
The bass guitar plays a familiar rolling Blues riff, while accompanied by organ, acoustic guitar, and drums. A toe-tapping beat plays throughout, and can be used as the background music for a fast-paced game or scene, or as the intro to a scene full of bustling people.
Cool jazz. I'm going to warn you now, that organ line gets stuck in your head really easily... like an icepick in a Marxist revolutionary. Too soon?
If the title doesn't say it... The sound was accomplished by recording a piano, doubling the recording and pitching one down almost an octave while pitching the other up almost an octave. What the heck. I'll put it in the Children category.
A collision of musical traditions put together in an epic theme.
Almost straight-up reggae, but with a Chinese folk violin in it. Can we just agree it's probably the only time in history it's been done?
Just yer basic 12-bar blues. Guitar courtesy Brett Van Donsel. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
A happy little discordant march with a catchy melody.