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From the "Another Grand Score" album. These 6 pieces were requested by a game developer. They all have the same recognizable theme in different styles and emotions. Perfect to keep your audience entertained and interested. Extended license purchase includes the lossless .wav file.
First part of a double finale piece. Very dark and dramatic. There’s always this dark scene before things actually starts to go well. That’s what this piece is for.
And orchestra accompanied by a few synthesizers. A dramatic epic piece with beautiful harmonies
"Reflections" is a piece with a lot of suspense. It's sort of ambient but still rhythmic and orchestral enough to classify as epic. I have no idea what I would pair this with in terms of visual content, but if you use it, I'd love to see where. It has a certain mood I can't really classify. Sort of uncomfortable but still relaxing and mysterious in the melody.
A epic, happy and uplifting fanfare, for whenever accomplishment is present. There is absolute no negative emotions in this piece, and it can be placed whenever good things happen.
Fantasy piece with a lot of melody, epicness and rhythms.
There is no negative emotions connected to this piece. All joyful happy-go-lucky.If your content is joyful, and you’re looking for rock/metal as music, the availability is limited. Mayor Major to the rescue!
Something winding its way somewhere. This is a really interesting piece, and you can listen to it over and over and get different impressions.
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We've all been there... wandering through an impenetrable forest, half dead with 2 arrows sticking out of your leg. And yet we continue - because it is probably good for the narrative. Then hope! Oh thank the old gods and the new!! An unmapped settlement of woodland inhabitants takes you in and brings you back from the brink of certain death. You don't even care that it is a scurry of giant squirrels that came to the rescue, or that the healing soup they give you is largely acorn-based, and vomit-inducing. Pastoral and beautiful. The download comes with a loop for if you never want the feeling to end.