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bubbly ragtime piano with an occasional tuba.
This piece has 54 beats each minute. At Angkor Wat, a Hindu temple carving has 54 gods in opposition to 54 demons, and in their struggle they create immortality. Mystics (or mathematicians... whatever) in Ancient Greece knew of the prime factorization of this mystic number. 3 by 3 by 3 by 2. What does this all mean? Not much, as it turns out the concept of a "minute" wasn't familiar to the architects at Angkor Wat.
Earthy and yet urban with a mix of personal and epic. This is a hybrid in all senses. Major uplift at 40 seconds in. Drops back down for another feel at 1:10.
Most famously used in the film "Hugo".
This is somewhat relaxing, while still having some forward momentum. Kind of like sleeping on a train... or taking MBA classes. I like the spinney-sounding synths. The chorus effects give this piece a watery feel. Kind of like a shimmering pond... or being on hold for an insurance company run by sperm whales. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Gorgeous, rich piano chords run counter to subtle percussions. This piece is a workhouse for video productions. Don't bother with the preview, just download this thing. Because seriously... planning a cat rescue? This will work. Attending someone else's family reunion and trying to convince them you're related? Yes. This will work. Time lapse of a rocket assembly? Obviously. I'm looking at you, ESA!
Tuba carries the character of the piece.
A percussion-loaded piece with a cut out in the middle for dialog (or whatever you like).
Comically voiced and constructed. Slower (at 90BPM) but it still moves along.
Light and bouncy. A little electronica. A little jazz. For whenever you need jazzy electronica!
General-purpose upbeat piece which can be used in general dialog.
Lively yet quiet barroom-style ditty.
They make you think, but not too much. When you have a character in your film that is doing something, but we aren't quite sure why, THIS is your track. Packing a suitcase full of marshmallows? Half Mystery! Wiring a toaster into the side of a city bus? Half Mystery! Talking to their mother-in-law about monocot sexuality? Actually... that might be too much for this track.