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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.
Intense and somewhat aggressive hard percussion-based track. The strong percussion borders on tribal rhythm with tonal accents. You can download an uncompressed WAV format of this piece here!
Synth pop dance with an infection beat and hook chorus. Instrumental.
I need to be careful about naming these things. Could be neo-retro sci-fi - could be straight up paranormal! Whatever it is, there is a major mystery to be had here! Ideal for technology-induced mummy reanimation films. The alternate mixes in the full download both give a slightly different feel - one with no percussion, and one without the theremin-like synth lead. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes. Phantom from Space - BG Mix.wav Phantom from Space - Drums 1.wav Phantom from Space - Drums 2.wav Phantom from Space - Full Mix.wav Phantom from Space - Light Mix.wav Phantom from Space - Piano.wav Phantom from Space - Synth.wav Creative Commons License.pdf
Native American drumming. The branch rattle is reminiscent of thunder. Tempo picks up about halfway through.
Believe me, if I could describe this; I would.
slow tempo hip hop track that evokes 90's boom bap...
I have no idea how I ended up with a vikings-ish, western-ish hybrid. But it was cool enough for me to not trash it. A piece with few changes throughout. Very intense and suspenseful.
There are 54 beads on a Buddhist prayer mala. These are used for counting recitations and chants. There are 54 beats per minute in this song. Coincidence? Sure is. What, you're going through an entire mala cycle in a minute? That's crazy talk! Studies have shown the optimal number of mantras in a single set is somewhere between 15 and 20 anyway... so don't waste your money on the 54 or 108 bead versions. You'll be a lot better doing more sets of less reps. And don't forget leg day.