Like a worn out record with a mis-punched spindle hole. Thanks, izope! :-)
Just your run of the mill nice jazz; processed to sound a lot older than it is.
Oh that's nice. Like a salve. But the salve might have bits of pumace in it. Don't rub too hard.
The Brady in the title is not a reference to the Brady Bunch. It is a reference to Dr. Brady Haran, one of the most influential filmmakers of all time.
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.
Oh, this is a big one. Short, but big. There's nothing wrong with either of those things.
Light and airy, with a bit of a march going on. Parallel chords and Ravel-like crescendo.
An epic hero has arrived. Notice has been given.
What do you do with a drunken ogre?
A solumn affair. Deep and religious.
Saint-Saens' masterpiece. This piece is 100% free to use. It will probably get claimed by any number of music publishers, just so you know. They can't tell the difference between this and their copyrighted recordings. Contest the claims. Contest all the claims. I do not claim music.
Would you believe this is computer-generated? I would believe that. I would totally believe that. [Full Version available in extended download]
What is meditation for one may be cause for concern in another. - Some Elf [Full Version available in extended download]
Oh no! The dolphin has an ethereal choir stuck in her blow-hole! Someone get the extractor tool, quick! [Full Version available in extended download]
The main melody is a stack of harp, piano, and electric piano. The bass is just a nice mono synth. [Full Version available in extended download]
So, you want to relax, huh buddy? Do ya? You want to RELAX? Me too. Here's some beautiful sounds to listen to. [Full Version available in extended download]
Blip bloop? Bloopity BlooBlip! BlooBlip?! Blibbity blib blib blib! Blip bloop. Blippity bloop bloop BLOOP! :-)
If clouds themselves hold the secret, then the secret must be moisture. Remember to hydrate!
You don't think mountains are timeless? What are you, a geologist? I should have recognized that by your customized beer mugs and your copper-colored Subaru.
Can you believe kalimbas are only like $20? Check them out in my amazon affilliate store! (I do not have an amazon affiliate store.)
You know those lines on the highways? If you go exactly 70 miles per hour in the US, the lines will match up perfectly with this piece. I did the math. The actual tempo of this piece is 102.65 beats per minute.
Purity is the word! Start your day with energy from this piece. Recommend you set it as your alarm!
Energizing and uplifting!
Good old fashioned pickin and stompin!
I'm gonna come clean here. I have no idea what this is. Mexican? Maybe? Dance music? Drinking music? I don't even understand what this would do culturally.
Is it looking a little claymation in here, or is it just me?
Rhythms are not copyrightable. Don't even start!
Mrs. Johnson's 4 grade band presents Tchaikovsky's "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies"! Featuring: Jacob on Tuba, Hailey on Euphonium, Kaylee and Caleb on Trombone, Jayden and Joey on Trumpet, Riley on Bass Drum, Abigail on Snare Drum, Zoey on Cymbals, Aubrey on Glockenspiel, Ethan on Sleigh Bells, and Mrs. Johnson on Piano. Arrangement by Kevin MacLeod.
Every generation has its masterpiece; Bach's Brandenburg Concertos, Beethoven's 9th Symphony, Rossini's "William Tell". This is such a piece. For nearly one minute, "Farting Around" will transport you to a new world. A world of unadulterated joy. A world of pure farts.
The good news is, you can take as long as you want to answer the final million dollar question! The bad news is that you have to listen to the synth horns until you're done. Very funky. Just some brass and a drum kit. No big changes throughout the song, which makes it perfect for background music.
Nothing but good, wholesome instruments here. None of those dirty electric guitars, synths, drum kits, harps, sackbuts, or pipe organs. Heh, organs. Relaxing and calm cinematic music with few big changes. Very steady mood and emotion. Use as background music!
This one was designed to be played at low volumes under people doing things like talking or fixing broken PS4s. Spicy, spicy broken PS4s. Mmmm.... Latin music can be really effective when used in visual content. This piece is just plain latin! No big changes throughout the song.
A low rumble marks the seconds. Out of nowhere comes nothing! Just a continuous ominous force, never seen. You can see the ominous force if you sprinkle some iron filing around. Ambient cinematic music. Kinda dark, kinda mysterious. No big changes throughout the piece, so this can easily be cut and edited down to your preferences.