Similar music to Maccary Bay by Kevin MacLeod
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Some exotic funky rock! This band is having the time of their life.
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.
Isn't it amazing how compelling an old synthesizer can be when it is being run by an arpeggiator? There are so many subtle patterns that present. Before arpeggiators, we had to find patterns in our music by using corkboards, newspaper clippings, pushpins, coloured yarn, and 8x10 black and white glossy photos. The percussion does change during this piece, but it won't get in the way of your energetic interview.
Very upbeat and peppy piece with an usual bridge, all driven by an acoustic guitar.
Dear music directors and music supervisors, You're welcome. How was this track never produced by anyone before? It is here now and available to license at a very reasonable fee. Cinematic piece with some pizzicato strings and a drum kit. No big changes. Perfect as background music!
Oh that's nice. Like a salve. But the salve might have bits of pumace in it. Don't rub too hard.
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.
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.
This is the kind of music that makes skeletons dance. With its pounding brass, singsong flute melody, and off-kilter syncopation, this piece is whimsical and reminiscent of a carnival. It is quirky, quick, playful, and dangerously creepy, and is perfect for a lively cartoon, circus-themed content, or a magician?s show.