Similar music to The Descent by Kevin MacLeod
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Dark piece in 2 roughly equal main parts. Gets progressively more exciting.
What is meditation for one may be cause for concern in another. - Some Elf [Full Version available in extended download]
Diminished chords, tremolo You'll recognize them. This piece is only as long as it needs to be.
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]
This is dark and concerning - like the lights-out bonus level on your hidden object game. Almost exactly like that. As if it was written for the dark bonus level of a hidden object game. Just as if.
A sound track piece with Kit and Trombones/French Horns throughout.
Dramatic cinematic music. Very fantasy.
Would you believe this is computer-generated? I would believe that. I would totally believe that. [Full Version available in extended download]
Interesting collection of consonant and dissonant sounds across the spectrum of sound.
I chose the sound palate, and then assembled the piece without listening to it. The interesting bit is that it was assembled visually - looking at the waveform profiles. This is my first one, and the sound selections are all amiable. I am unsure of the genre. Trance?
Let's be fair, if your interview segment was already energetic, you don't need something like this to fix it. Most people suck at interviews. It isn't their fault. Talking in an entertaining way is really, really, really hard. That's why this piece exists. Rising Tide is designed to make anyone look good! This piece comes in 2 speeds.
Darkly plodding, this staccato piano piece is the tense setting for the classic silent film scene: the heroine is tied to the train tracks, the steam engine train plugging along towards her. The chug-a-chug feel is maintained by a tense hammering of the chords in triplets, depicting machinery or chaos set in motion without an end in sight.