Music for Nature
Nothing says "It'll be okay" quite like a ukulele. You can download this in uncompressed format here! Comes with all parts isolated along with a slower version, a faster version, and three shorter cuts.
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.
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!
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.
Sort of a loafing comedic piece for all of your amusing scenes with dialog that does not need to move the story. Also reasonable for scenes with no dialog.
A nice little 85 BMP piece with guitar, piano, bass, and flute. Kind of jazzy and slightly blues-y with a more rocking beat. The bass in this piece is actually a sample from an 18th century double bass. Most latin players aren't likely to be on one of these... but it was the only one I had at the time.
The main melody is a stack of harp, piano, and electric piano. The bass is just a nice mono synth. [Full Version available in extended download]
Technically speaking, I think this one is in 6/8 time... in which case, the tempo it 75. If it was notated in 3/4 time, the tempo would be 225 bpm. Light, positive and easy to listen to!
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!
Flautando (flute-tone) violins provide a bed for this slow-moving piece. Uncompressed aif files are available for purchase. They include all of the individual parts so you can do your own mixes. Get them here!
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