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My rendition of the famous "Entry of the Gladiators", better known as "Circus Theme Song". The song itself is hilarious. Place this on top of something that's already funny, and you got yourself a victory! Extended license purchase includes all different 5 versions of the song (brass, ragtime, strings, techno and trap)
Cool game music with a touch of the 80ths. Brings me back to the old school game loops, but with a more modern feeling. Perfect game loop for your game. Maybe a sunrise/sunset scene or that underground midnight racing game that you are working on. Photo by Andre Hunter on Unsplash. [129bpm / A-flat mixolydian]
Midtempo lo-fi track with a touch of bossa nova, mixed with 8-bit...
Theme for the special agent you wouldn't hire for anything
Featured loops from DarkNES (whom I recently read about on Wikipedia!) Hey, man! Is that an Atoke? Hells yeah, its an Atoke! If I could choose of any shape of percussion - I’m going to choose "Taco-shaped percussion". There is no other feeling quite like beating your metal taco with a stick. I wish this description were more fictional than it actually is.
Designed for the backing music of a technology monologue; this is EQed to be compatible with voice-overs. It is a very brisk pace - with a couple half speed lines to keep it moving, but not annoying.
Sizzling fat analog bass line with a little beat.
Typical activities in the Desert of Lost Souls include, but are not limited to: Camel jumping, Sand dune surfing, Mummy hunting, Beetle breeding, and Comparative analysis of Bayesian and classical approaches for sheep reliability measurement.
Too cool for school! This is a warm and refreshing, yet invigorating piece of 8-bit-like wonderfulness. Lots of modern blipping and bleeping once it gets going. I imagine this piece can be used in a lot of computer games about computer games. There's also a bunch of overdrive on "Level Up". Loops perfectly for all you video game devs out there! You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
For the gentleman rhymer; funk with a bigger beat and aged effects on piano and horns.
Urban-sounding tight piece suitable for rap or stand-alone. Some giant hits, and a cool B section in here. Mix consultant: Bryan Teoh.
This has a couple funny-sounding synths and plenty of whitespace. As a note to YouTube "producers"; 10 hours of this piece would be pretty mean. 1 hour of this piece isn't much better. For the sake of mankind, please do not make extended mixes of this piece. I can not be held responsible for mental anguish caused by repeated listening.