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With elements of a quick Russian polka playing in the immigrant section of industrial-era New York City, this piece is mainly in a minor key, but at the halfway point changes to a major key, reversing the feel and tone for a few seconds, before reverting to the darkness of the minor key.
A trombone plays a humorous melody alongside timpanis and a variety of woodwind instruments. This music is suited for a short theme for a comedic piece that relies on visual jokes. 2 Small versions in one file.
A super-peppy mindless strumming feel-good sort of piece.
Oh hello. I didn't see you there. Welcome to my pad. My favorite parts are the view of the beach, and this very groovy orange shag-carpeting on the walls. I still haven't been able to teach my Roombas to get up by the ceiling, though.
If you're not adding to the narrative; get out of the way! This piece gets out of the way... You can put it under any monolog, dialog, timelapse... actually, with a timelapse, you could probably find something a little more interesting with some pacing, or something. So... this is for those sure nice videos. Guaranteed* to offend as few people as possible! *"Guaranteed" is used in this context for entertainment purposes only.
The year is... I have no idea. Timeless. Could be now, could be in the 1950s. Super cool jazz for your hardcore detectives! Also useful for beat poets! Also useful for ennui or boredom! Well, interesting sorts of boredom. You can download this in high quality with separate instrument files here!
Super comedy action sequence. You'll know if you need this. This piece is available in a full uncompressed version here. The download contains each section individually as well.
Dark electronic music, with much harmony and coolness.
Unobtrusive simple guitar, bass, drums combo. A full uncompressed version of this piece is available here. The download also contains bonus renderings.
Super nice progressive rock/blues piece with 3 sections. Imagine this in your intro (?)
I was commissioned to do some music for the play "Twas The Night Before Christmas" by Ken Ludwig. The mp3 download here is the main holiday-themed rap from near the end of the play. The uncompressed download comes with that as well as the Girl/Mouse rap from earlier in the play - which you can hear on Soundcloud as "La Souris". The full download also has the exciting fanfare intros to the holiday rap. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Oh that's nice. Like a salve. But the salve might have bits of pumace in it. Don't rub too hard.
Comedic and playful, this rag-time ditty has a strong melody, and is heavy in the bass chords. The second minute features flighty finger-work, as if an energetic bee is flying up and down the scales. The last thirty seconds is a refrain of the introduction, and the piece ends with an invigorating flourish.
Laid-back, grooving, and cool. Did I mention cool? You need a cool piece. That is a statement you NEED a cool piece. Lucky for you, this IS a cool piece. Super clean production will allow this piece to fit into most things. I'd personally use this piece for a super badass character. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.