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Same as "Long Road Ahead", but without the final triumphant section.
Inspiring, emotional and exotic cinematic track featuring cinematic drums, female vocals, orchestra and ambient synths.
The mellow guitar lulls you on a superficial level, while being undermined by the synths. This piece along with 2 other horror/suspense pieces are available for full uncompressed downloads - with individual parts if you would like to make your own mix.
One really long build. Generally gets faster, fuller and more exciting. Like "Bolero" but for suspense. You can download this in uncompressed format here!
Tchaikovsky's dance from the Nutcracker with lots of percussion and extra choirs.
This piece gives me the feels. Remember that episode in Game of Thrones where the dead were coming to Winterfell, but they'd be there later... so everyone is just waiting. Cleaning the horses, eating cold soup, hugging friends, stacking wood. There is deep sadness in there. That's this piece.
One of my very early pieces. Piano/orchestra/metal-mixA touch of Scandinavian folk. I honestly don’t know what this is. Creativity on the loose I suppose.
A semi-chaotic mix of drums with nice reverb.
The series especially for filmmakers: tension-filled, non-intrusive rady to go background music, atmos and effects for any mood. With an extended license you get all 6 single channels to adjust the sound individually to your film project.
6/8 Starts nice, Ends frantic. The original melody was written to be performed on a Viol de Gamba... but I moved it over to oboe.
A very nice piece with repeated themes... not sure what one should expect, given the instrumentation of this piece - but it probably won't disappoint.
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!"
Several mode changes made for an action-like chase scene.
A driving piece with heavy usage of the tuba in the background providing a constant beat throughout the piece. English Horns and Oboe's have small role in the middle of the piece. Strings used throughout.