Music for Aerial/Drone Shots
This is another piece where the Feel descriptors don't work all that well. This is a sort of urban chill mix.
Mid-tempo cheery music for all! You can download this in uncompressed format here! Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
A calming rock piece. Repeated guitar chords as well as bass throughout. Very light use of bells. Great for looping if needed.
Nothing but good, wholesome instruments here. None of those dirty electric guitars, synths, drum kits, harps, sackbuts, or pipe organs. Heh, organs. Relaxing and calm cinematic music with few big changes. Very steady mood and emotion. Use as background music!
Energizing and uplifting!
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.
Super non-offending little piece. Takes voice-over very well. Available in several lengths.
Many choirs in a slow-moving ethereal progression.
Is someone dying onscreen, but you still need some dialog so you can't go up against a solo oboe (the universal musical shorthand for death scenes)? We got this! Dark and moving, this piece will make you cry and not get in the way of those final bits of dialog! Also useful for sullen montage sequences of clergy activities. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
A childlike celeste plays high notes among a barely audible harp and deep bass. In the second minute the disturbing melody is in a lower register, and strings accentuate the discordant sounds before returning to the high register. The music is excellent for a creepy dream sequence or the exposition of an unknown fantasy world. SMARTSOUND
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.
Talk wistfully about the past. Talk hopefully about the future. Talk about your hopes and fears. Talk about your neighborhood watch lady. Talk about your chill tracks!
Run of the mill ska!? No such thing! Well, this is as close to that reality as you can get. It is high energy, dance-inducing, happy fun times for everyone who was born after... like... the Industrial Revolution... So, there may be some trees and fungi that don't find this fun; but, I can't really care about their concepts of fun too much. I assume they don't like winters, but they just all sort of stand around all the time. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Adventure 485 Video Game 485 Mystery 481 Advertising 457 Action 429 Cinematic 421 Drama 385 Show/Entertainment 364 Business/Commercial 355 Atmospheric 329 Countries/Travel 229 Nostalgic 222 Comedy 161 Technology 137 History 130 Intros 125 War 120 Horror 119 Aerial/Drone Shots 118 Meditation 115 Love/Romance 109 Fashion 104 Children 96 Classical 94 Nature 81 Crime 80 Sound-Alike 56 News 50 Education 41 Events/Celebrations 39 Erotic 36 Disco 32 Christmas 20 Sports 10 Western 10 Wedding 6