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A dramatic, orchestral-electronic cue perfect for introducing things to come. Swelling synths and pads, booming drum hits and a dynamic composition drive the mood home. instrumental, strings, big drums Orchestral Dramatic

Rhythmic Drums Intro

Rhythmic drums opener expressing that attention, being attentive (something big is coming) is needed. It's motivating and energizing. Can be used in cinematic climactic or action scenes, or in sports events commencement (like entering a football field, college football), or as a prelude to anything ...

Upright Bass And Flute Intro

Acoustic bass and flute intro for movie / film scenes. It has a retro 60s / 70s vibe.

Jazzy Opener

Old school jazz intro with a cool riff, featuring acoustic instruments and a retro organ. This audio introduction lasts 7 seconds. Suitable for podcasts, video intro, in radio and tv.

Erik Satie Gymnopedie 3

Third (and one of the most famous) of Satie's 'Three Gymnopedies', published from 1888. These pieces, in 3/4 time, are considered as the precursors to modern ambient classical music. The relaxed, impressionist nature of the music lends itself well to romantic, reflective, calm and historical scenes....

Erik Satie Gymnopedie 2

Second (and the least famous) of Satie's 'Three Gymnopedies', published from 1888. These pieces, in 3/4, are considered as the precursors to modern ambient classical music. The relaxed, impressionist nature of the music lends itself well to romantic, reflective, calm, dreamy and historical scenes

Erik Satie Gnossienne 1

Satie's 'Gnossiennes' were composed in the late 19th Century. The musical vocabulary is a continuation of that of the 'Gymnopedies.' 'Gnossienne No. 1' is the most famous of these compositions, and the dreamy, ambient nature of the music lends itself very well to romantic and contemplative scenes.
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