This is another piece where the Feel descriptors don't work all that well. This is a sort of urban chill mix.
Energizing and uplifting!
Super non-offending little piece. Takes voice-over very well. Available in several lengths.
Nice, forward-pulling piece pretty much guaranteed to offend no one. This piece is a little more complex than others in this genre because of the multiple countermelodies. They clear out many times, and make room before coming back in. You can make your own mixes with the uncompressed downloads to only include the melodies you want if you like! You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Adventure, Ho! Last time on "Adventure, Ho!", the mage-orc Gnarlnosh was granted 1d4 wishes from a Deck of Many Things and it totally screwed up the game balance. Why? Because the DM sort of sucks, but he thought "Oh, sure - this could be fun... how could giving a mage-orc a fully provisioned army in the middle of a desert possibly sidetrack the quest for finding a cure for a magical disease that is ruining the kingdom AND the healer elf." Deck of Many Things; BAH! More like Deck of This-Campaign-Jumped-the-Shark.
Sort of a loafing comedic piece for all of your amusing scenes with dialog that does not need to move the story. Also reasonable for scenes with no dialog.
We would like to interrupt this announcement for a dance break! 80s music with modern sound! No big changes throughout the song. Use as background music for whenever you need some rhythmic electronica!
A nice little 85 BMP piece with guitar, piano, bass, and flute. Kind of jazzy and slightly blues-y with a more rocking beat. The bass in this piece is actually a sample from an 18th century double bass. Most latin players aren't likely to be on one of these... but it was the only one I had at the time.
Looping section of a backgroundy piece of music. It says it is a game loop, but you can loop it for anything you like.
This piece starts BIG. Originally, this piece started slowly and built... and then I got bored and chopped out all the slowness. There are still dynamics, but if you need bigness from the get-go - here's what you get! Vroom! BIG BIG BIG! Could be too big. Could be. Probably isn't. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Happy bouncy theme for a comic hero! Written for Craig Knitt's short "Happy Boy". This track has themes in 2 variations in 2 tempos.
Very upbeat and peppy piece with an usual bridge, all driven by an acoustic guitar.
Very quick and jovial, this brass heavy piece has a guitar riff that sticks in the brain, but ends suddenly. Useful for a quick theme introduction, transition, or for a fast and exciting commercial.
This piece features repetitive triplet arpeggi and a lydian scale to invoke a dreamy feel. Staccato instruments add to the piece's mystery. The pattern is a continuous loop between two arpeggiated chords.
I enjoy relaxing background music things. I looked out into the world for this music, and there was a lot of music, but none of it was right. When I want calm - this is the kind of thing I want! Super crazy hit-you-in-the-head calm! I want mega-aggro-calm. The flute in this recording is a standard C flute slowed to half speed. The river is running at normal river speed.
Cinematic 421 Experimental 326 Contemporary 246 Electronica 218 Unclassifiable 179 Piano 163 Classical 162 World 140 Modern 96 Silent Film Score 85 Lounge/Relax 81 Rock 81 Jazz 73 Funk 47 African 39 FX/Sounds 36 Folk 31 Musical 30 Latin 27 Dance/Club 24 Blues 23 Radio Drama 21 Reggae 21 Holiday 19 Ballroom dancing 18 Polka 15 Pop 15 HipHop/Rap 8 Voiceover 7 Drum & Bass 4 Ska 3 Dubstep 1